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... Mes which in this case ended triumphantly. For lunch we ate at the most famous restaurant in the city. It was downtown near where the uprising started. After lunch we took the bus to Constanta and boarded the ship. Tomorrow we have a tour of the city including a tour of the tourist areas along the Black Sea. It was interesting to hear their comments re the communist rule from 1945-89, how ...
... on our way.
I drove; Paul navigated, of course. We noticed we were stared at a lot, but I think it was because we don’t look the least bit Romanian, not because I was driving. Getting out of Constanta was a bit exciting – crazy left-turn across traffic that doesn’t stop, busy roundabouts, stray dogs wandering into the crowded city streets – but we made it. We even found a bank and got so Romanian leu.
The plan had been ...
... the 5th most populous city in Romania we were surprised at its dilapidated state. Our guide met us on the port and took out to see the Aldici monument, which in itself wasn't much but the trip there and back gave us a taste of rural life in southern Romania. Men sitting playing games and chatting, horses (and donkeys) pulling carts with men, women and children as well as wheat, corn etc were all part of the ...
... that and that the meter should read a lot less. He bluffed and said he would call the police and Junko stood her ground. The driver wouldn't open the trunk to let her get her luggage until she paid the ridiculous amount, 5 x what it should be. Two local ladies saw the commotion and came to her and said she should take a picture of the driver’s license plate and report him to the police. Then finally, he opened the trunk. Hiro arrived by then ...
After spending such a pleasant day in Bulgaria yesterday, I had almost decided that I was harboring out of date prejudices about countries in the former Soviet Bloc. Having been raised during the Cold War and lived through tales of the dissolution of the USSR, I must admit that I expected to find a lot of ugly gray buildings in countries with limited infrastructures that hadn't yet entered the 21st century, as least by western standards. ...