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... skip Varna, and head right to Veliko Tarnova. Bucharest is gigantic, definitely the biggest city we'd been since Belgrade. Our hostel was a ten minute walk from the station and overrun with cats and giant spiders, but the lady running it was so nice. We wanted to make the most of our day there, so we walked toward the old city and saw the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon, it was absolutely enormous. Pictures cannot capture how big it is. It's the ...
... fighting the residue of jet lag until I was startled awake just before five. Outside was a huge commotion. At first it sounded positive, so I thought it was part of the Bucharest Days celebration-- but there were distinct chants. Soccer rally? The local team was playing tonight but that didn't seem right either. It was a very large group right outside, they stayed for at least half an hour before finally moving on-- turned out it was a ...
... and 4 lane one way system, making it not a very relaxing situation when you dont know where you are going.
I managed to get my bearings and then drove by dead reckoning to the area in which I thought my hostel to be and parked up to figure out where I was and where I needed to be. And rather amazingly I was parked right outside my hostel!! I had found it by my navigation skills, or luck? Haha
My first night ...
... the train station to organise our train tickets to Brasov for that afternoon. That sorted we taxied to Dan Coma, a handbag/shoe/everything shop pretty popular here. The wedding gift to Prince William and Kate Middleton from Romania was made by this guy. I guess it was a handbag (?). Very tempting to get something made, I even selected leather colour swatches but as yet have not placed the order. Back to the train station - Transylvania here we come!
... of the cities’ main street. South of the square lies the old historic city center, followed by Ceausescu’s monstrous “Centru Civic”.
The masterpiece of this Civic Center is the Palace of Parliament. This is a multi-purpose building containing both chambers of the Romanian Parliament. Built to impress, it is the world’s largest civilian administration building, the most expensive ...