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... could have seen curtains that weighed 1 ton each and a very impressive chandelier, sadly this didn’t thrill me.
We did find a very local café that served all sorts of traditional Romanian dishes, it was very much like a school canteen except without the milk money. Went and ate huge meals here for about 3 or 4 Euro. Then onto the plane I went, 2 hours to Prague an hour waiting for the next connection and another ...
... type villages.
The men appear lazy and leave all the work to the woman who appear to be working their socks off, even the elderly woman. You often saw them tending crops and working in the fields.
Most of the men seem to be caught in a fashion time warp. The fashion is tracksuits, shell suits or leather jackets!
As already mentioned they (whoever they are) haven't got a clue about tourism.
... me a confirmation email which was as good as an invitation, I thought. Not very official, I know, and it really was worded quite simply. Something along the lines of "yep, he's coming - we look forward to seeing him at our hotel". Hardly an invitation. If that were a party it'd be more like "yeah, come if you want to but if you can't make it, no big deal". Not exactly a wedding invitation, is it?
I eventually found the consulate and I had a Plan B in my head, just in ...
... guard who smelt of **** at some station we had stopped at in the middle of nowhere, a session of drunken tattooing before we retired at about 1 or 2am, and a number of stops at various border controls (including being woken up for the Bulgarian exit control at about 3am, and again for the Turkish entry at about 5am, not sure why there was 2 hours between them). We eventually arrived in Istanbul at about 10am, another gaggle of smelly, beer-breath tourists (well,me ...
... to gamble and stuck around to watch with the Dutch crowd. Before Spain scored somewhat late in extra time, it was a fantastic environment to watch the game. It felt like we were one of only a few not wearing orange but that didn’t seem to offend anyone. It seems to us that the referee ultimately decided the fate of the game (along with the aid of some unfortunate acting on the part of the Spanish) but perhaps we are bias as we watched with Dutch ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking