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The happiest 5k

A travel blog entry by tomholmes


... unofficial doctors report, I've been ruled out of any colour runs for the next 2 weeks! anyway the nightlife, it didn't quite live up to the standards of Belgrade, but was still a great night! Monday brought the usual slow start following a night out, before heading to the Peoples Palace. known by several names locally, it was once home to the communist leader Nicolae Ceausescu and now houses the Romanian parliament. it is the 2nd largest administration building in ...

A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Athenaeum

A travel blog entry by choyt1427


... Hotel primarily because they offered an airport shuttle. As far as "shuttles" go, every place could learn a thing or two from the Hilton. While I stood outside and waited for a shuttle van to appear, I was startled when a driver emerged from a Mercedes and called out my name. As it turns out, if no one else needs a shuttle at the same time as you, they will send the private car transfer which would normally cost 35 Euro. My shuttle reservation was 10 Euro. And ...

An unlikely European destination

A travel blog entry by mattcrossley


... drawers and closet it was full of stuff. We were pretty sure people had been living here and might still be, so we said we couldn't stay. Thankfully she was very kind and made a call for us to another hostel. The next thing we know, the lady was gone and a random man was pulling in a taxi in a dark back street in Bucharest. Out of options, we decided to get in the taxi and go with him.
Luckily our next stop was the the Umbrella hostel. This was much nicer. ...

The Birthday Post - Bucharest, Romania

A travel blog entry by shane0620

... done, I found myself staring up at the most ridiculous building I've ever seen - it took me ten minutes just to walk from one corner to the entrance (perhaps halfway down the side), and I am a fast walker. Apparently the former dictator of Romania had it built for himself to work, sleep, and eat in, centralizing most of the government into a single building in the process to gain as much visibility and power as possible. The interior is only 60-70% finished, as he and his wife ...

The Bucharest Boogey

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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... our life and breaking more beet bottles we boogied the night away.

The next day we manged to make it to our final hash together. Stumbling to the start we were greeted by some Scots, Poms, Romanians and a Spaniard. It was bleak day but we hopped in a car and away we went. Fall was in full effect and the hare laid about 300 false trails. The circle was epic because they actually sang, ...


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