Ibis Bucarest Parliament House
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Good buffet, cheap to stay, but somewhat away from the center of town.
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... a sleepless night... we clearly are the wrong side of 30!
As for Bucharest, another whistle-stop city visit. We stayed fairly centrally in a place reminiscent of Byker Grove (it had a common room) in the old town so were well served by bars and restaurants. We took a tour of the People's Palace, which is a slightly strange place, apparently the 2nd ...
... for open seats, and when we reached 10,000 ft, I bolted from my mine. Unbelievably,....I located two seats on the side in BULKHEAD. (Bulkhead is the area in the front of the section that has ALL the leg room). I threw my pillow down, and told the FA that I needed to move because the man across from me had terrible BO. No problem! So,...although not sitting together, Melissa had plenty of room now, and so did I. After we reached 10,000 feet, they began beverage service, ...
... with too much money building more and more characterless buildings but ignoring the parks with dead grass and wilting plants. The Australian guy in our room described it as 'soulless', and I think perhaps he's right. Bucharest needs to figure out what it wants to be, stop digging everything up and insert a bit of heart and character.
I enjoyed my time in Romania but it was definitely time to move on.
... I found little old alleyways and a couple of interesting spots. After staying another day and making a bike tour with Florin and Anna to the train station where i bought my ticket to Istanbul. I went to bed early, even though Florin was inviting me to a night out...but wise as I was I decided not to. He came back at 5am the next morning, that wouldn't help me in coping with a 22hr journey to Istanbul. ...
... Figure the locals would never fall for their tricks, do you? Think again. I saw one young man feigning a dizzy spell, literally touching his forehead while stumbling around in a daze, until he finally falls to the ground. Some locals help him up, but I can’t believe it. Acting like this would not get you a call back in Hollywood, but the locals are sucking it up like candy. I leave before the climax. I ...