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It was an early start as we left Bras off, and we very sorry to go because it was one of the best places we've been so far. We got to the train station and as Vlad was carrying his bags up the stairs he suddenly got severe cramp in his back! The pain was such it brought him to his knees and had to be carried to the top of the stairs by Ivan, who …
... city was destroyed. Still, the looming Parliamentary Palace, which is the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon, is a wonderful symbol of North Korean-style dictatorial egomania.
To add to the overall Bucharest experience, it was great when we discovered that that night, the hostel was populated by five teenage Mormon girls from Utah. The Turkish guy avoided them because they clearly weren't going to have sex with him – although I'm suspicious that he ...
... on and off transportation but eventually made it to see them, but didn't really get to "see" much. What we found out was that neither place would admit a new person till Monday. In the end I selected a place based on the location and not much more since I didn't get to go into a room at either place. I am pretty happy with my choice. I really like the people (of those I've met) that live in my building and the area in ...
Day 1 A: Today I survived the day with aunt Linda. The day started off with my lack of sleep because just when I thought I would get to sleep the lady behind me kept kicking my seat so no luck on sleep. We arrived at the airport early enough to explore the Frankfurt airport. To my surprise everything was extremely different not just a lil but extremely! One Mickey d's was called McCafe. Two the food actually looked really good. Three the bathrooms were small. And I mean micro small ...
... late autumn evening around sunset while driving home and seeing the stacks of round straw bales piled high, I realised why I had been feeling unsettled. The Fens were lacking shadows. Unlike Cumbria or Devon with their hills and trees, most of the Cambridgeshire Fens that I had seen had very little of either, hence no shadows.
The flat land I'm seeing today stretches for miles but is populated with trees along the drainage channels and roadways. ...
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