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... br> After having some dinner at the club lounge, we went for a 90-minute walk in the neighborhood, where we checked out several nice monuments.
We came back to the hotel, almost freezing and enjoyed a late evening at the club and in the room.
Tomorrow is our last full day in Bucharest and the temperature ought to be as high as -4 degrees. Yay! ...
... Brasov should be better, or so we have determined from the Internet pictures. To end our old town experience we stopped by the main Bucharest Christmas market and had a hot wine. We thought it would be more of a mulled wine with spices but it was literally just hot wine. We split a glass and then got out of the crowded place.
Our hostel is a homeless shelter update: we arrived home to something delicious being made on the stove top. Don't tell ...
... few minutes of being in a city you don’t know).
7) Public transit is safer than taxis. The more the merrier. You won’t get ripped off, and you will always be protected by the crowd whereas in a cab, you are at the mercy of the
driver. Better yet walk, but pay attention to who is on the street. Stay on streets where there are women, more importantly, old women ...
... this way today.
Michael, David, Laura, Sara and I pretty much started a game of Uno straight out of the station. This took up a good couple of hours of the trip. Sara was her usual cocky self when she was ahead, in the end however David won the first game and we never finished a second.
During this first train trip we went through two border control points. First was to be processed out of Romania and the second to ...
... to grandmothers, which is actually why I chose the museum in the first place.) In the end, though, I left feeling like I had just seen the best museum I had ever been to.
That evening, I dined al fresco with the hostel "employees," a ragtag bunch of drifters who all decided to live there, cleaning and running the hostel to pay their rent. I asked Zack why he was there, to which he replied "It just feels like home." The dinner was light-hearted and fun (see my list at the end ...