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... life with a European one. They didn’t really miss blueberry pie, but they did miss banana bread. I empathized.
We ate dinner – I had what I was assured was a very Romanian dish, with polenta and Romanian cheese and a very meat-y stew that may or may not have included liver. I didn’t ask. Ruxi ordered cheese balls since she heard me exclaim over seeing them on the menu, then offered some to me. (They were exactly what they sounded like ...
... to think that I didn't pack enough clothes. I would highly recommend students pack more clothes then they need, or if they don's like cold weather I would advise a different time of the year.
There was an available shuttle bus that goes to the Hotel Cismigiu that I took and luckily the driver spoke a bit of English. If I were to compare Bucharest to the Gold Coast I would say that it is a different world, the whole structure of the place is ...
... had electricity only a few hours per day.
Demonstrations began in Timisoara and spread to Bucharest and countywide. Ceaușescu addressed the crowds publicly and stood dumbfounded when the mob dared to jeer. He and his wife were thwarted from escaping through underground tunnels by guards who had changed their loyalty. Ceaușescu and his wife were able to escape in a helicopter but were later captured, tried for ...
... learn about Christ's love through bible studies as well as through our love we show to the kids. The 4 camps I was apart of last year were amazing!
With that being said, it should not come as a surprise that I have a desire to go back to Romania this summer. I am apart of a team of 8 this year, and I am so excited for my return. I will be going for 2 weeks this year, and ...
... do I trekked across town one way and trekked back the other. And had a brief look at the highlights of the town but they all seemed to be hidden behind an enormous fan zone for the football, which I had avoided the previous evening by watching in a nice open air restaurant over my grilled salmon and beers while comparing notes with Barny in the rosendale by text. And then for my train to Bucharest which had clearly been sitting in ...