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... asked her about the march. She explained that marches like this were quite common in Bucharest because of the democratic focus of the government. This one was a protest because the traffic and parking is a problem in the city and the people want to have better access for persons that ride bikes or skate boards.
... ask for a chocolate one when I saw one with some sort of fruit filling. I asked what it was – lo and behold, it was a blueberry donut! Sorina was so pleased that she was able to feed me something so similar to blueberry pie, and I was so happy to eat it, that this small sidewalk moment became a monumental event that was repeated to Ruxi and Sorina’s family to Sorina’s and my great pleasure. Unsurprisingly, I quickly fell in love with Romanian donuts.
... 8217;s Digest ranks amongst the top 500 drives in the world. 'Top Gear’ did a feature programme here in 2009.
*It would be an amazing drive in a classic sports car or powerful motorcycle but the Landcruiser handles less nimbly.
*It is 90 km long and climbs to over 2000 mts relatively quickly. The scenery is stunning. It crosses the highest peaks in Romania, the Carpathian Mts. The temperature drops to 15 C.
*It is ...
... with small mud homes that were literally crumbling. Most of the roofs were falling in, many with large exposed areas. Stray dogs and children were everywhere and as we rode through the town, all the children chased us, holding out their hands for a high-five and yelling out greetings. One young boy was carrying an unopened bottle of beer as if it were a Buzz Lightyear doll. Adults also waved, smiling and calling out from ...
... feel a little concerned. It was nearly 10 past as we decided to make a run for the Main Street and hopefully find a taxi there. As we got to the corner, we turned around to see a rusted out little red hatchback pull up in front of our hostel. Next thing, the window came down, his arm came out and a yellow taxi light was placed on the roof...the little rusted out hatchback had transformed into a taxi! We ran back, ...