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... br> We took a bus back to her apartment, climbed a dozen flights of stairs, and entered her lovely apartment with a beautiful view of the city. Her roommate wasn’t home yet, but I was assured that I would meet her later when we all went for dinner that night, and by the way, would I like anything to drink? To eat? A nap? A shower? Anything at all?
I took her up on the shower, then blow dried my hair in her room while she answered every question I asked ...
Today I had a very appetizing breakfast in bed which was a fantastic start to the day, and if I say so myself, a luxury for a school tour group. I had some time to spare before my first activity for the day so I decided to just stroll the streets of Bucharest and familiarise myself with the place. It is a very medieval city. There are countless buildings still in use that look centuries old but very well ...
... br> Simone, our guide, told the fable of the first person to give a speech from grand presidential balcony Ceaușescu never got a chance to use. Michael Jackson had the honor. She said he came out and having planned to say "Hello Bucharest, I'm so glad to be here!" Instead, he said “Hello BUDAPEST” Bucharest still loves, Michael she said, just a little bit less for it. We had read about this mistake before which ...
... where a man called Adolf Hitler gave a rallying speech in an attempt to raise support for his beliefs.
The second photograph is a then and now photograph of The Berlin Wall. The wall was built in 1961 and it was pulled down in 1989. The history behind it is fascinating and well worth researching further.
During the tour we also visited a beautiful monument that was designed and sculpted with ...
... and unfortunately, lots of historical buildings and monuments were virtually wiped out to make way for what was to become the second largest building in the world, the Parliament Palace (Palatul Parlamentului). Today, it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Bucharest. It opened to the public in 1990, and it has the biggest rooms, the biggest chandelier, and the biggest and longest conference room you've ever seen.
A free walking ...