Le Boutique Hotel Moxa
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... old town. unfortunately, I left my newly discovered incredible navigating skills at the hostel, and set off unknowingly in the wrong direction. I returned to the hostel 3 hours later: sober, thirsty and hungry. the following morning when lounging around the hostel, I heard talk of a colour run. the concept was easy, 5k run through the park, you start in white, but won't end in white. what started out as a "oh that sounds cool" ended up being a "you ready to go". me ...
... I both remained silent but it was amusing.
We spent our one full day in Bucharest exploring the large city, which involved a walking tour run by a funny, slightly dorky Romanian tour-guide, later visiting the fairly cool 'Museum of the Romanian Peasant', which was mainly great because of the basement, which was a storage place for ex-communist documents, paintings, posters and statues. We finished the day with a long walk around a relaxing open-air museum, then walked all the way ...
... to come in another post].
After spending my first weekend in Bucharest in the method described above I headed to work Monday morning looking forward to meeting another member of the team, Sinziana, and learning more about what I would be doing here this summer. She too is very friendly and I enjoy very much working and spending time with her. I am looking forward to the rest of my summer and the work that I will be doing here.
... less subsidizing his world adventure by playing poker (btw, he quit his job too). Obviously, I am not doing something right. After the tour, we all went to a local restaurant called La Mama for some local cuisine. Have to say the stuffed cabbage and polenta was really good. Such a great evening and experience to start off our first night in Romania. So far, Day 1 has been full of great people and fine sights. It's almost 3 am. So signing off for now. P.S. the 3-carats looked fabulous on ...
... was time to pay them a visit.
The fist night we arrived was basically our last time to party properly before Skinny McPotbelly and the Polish Puncher had to head home. We met up with Magdalena (friend from Big Sky) and she showed us around the old town. We wondered around in true European fashion checking out churches, cozy cafes and cobblestone pathways. Compared to Sofia, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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