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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... two main activities for each place we visit. Anyway, the park was nice. Again there were buildings, sports complexes, restaurants and parking lots that took up most of the space...but there were still some wooded areas. There was a giant lake in the middle of the park and we decided to walk around it. We did not realize just how big it was though. It was probably about 3 miles around. We took a nice picnic break half way through. We just sat in the ...
... pointing to squares nearby or points of interest. Within a couple of hours I was clutching my guidebook like a Mormon on a mission.
Stelian told me yesterday that Bucharest used to be known as "Little Paris". During the second half of the 19th century, a neoclassical style dominated the architecture and the city thrived. Much of the city was damaged in WWII. Under communism, the city continued to grow, in huge plain block dwellings. Communist ...
... of being social in a bar. Not even alcohol could loosen them up... they were determined to frown, nurse their drinks and sit in silence. We got out of there and found a club that was celebrating Micheal Jackson. The beer was flowing, the people were dancing and the ladies were smiling.....We were home!
Off to Transylvania.. to search for Vlad the Impaler
... wrong direction, which was corrected by taking a taxi to the centre of town. Spent the afternoon in Bucharest - not my favorite place of the trip. Dirty and dusty with much of the old town destroyed and replaced with 1970's concrete.
The highlight of the day was the mist walkway - very cooling and the real lemonade from a stall in the park.
... our last in Romania, was an overcast day. Our first stop was the Patriarchal Cathedral, a huge complex of Orthodox buildings more or less completely surrounded by trees. We weren’t sure how to get into the grounds - or even if we were allowed - and so I stopped a bearded Orthodox priest who happened to be coming our way. “Yes of course you can go in,” he boomed in an accent rich will baritone. “Up those steps. And who knows, you may even meet ...