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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... acquaintance of mine lived in Bucharest. Acquaintance was not a mistype – I met the girl last summer for about two weeks, when I taught her how to work drive thru at a McDonald’s we both worked at in Ohio. We were both employed at Cedar Point Amusement Park and looking for a second job; I was on my way out as she was just beginning her McCareer. (Don’t worry, neither of us is truly a full-time McDonald’s employee. We both worked there for the same ...
Romania was a surprise for me, and almost all of those surprises were positive. I went in thinking there was going to be quite a dip in terms of infrastructure and overall development, but came away feeling that Romania is a lot closer to its more developed western European neighbors than it is further away.
It just goes to show that seeing a country with your own eyes always makes a difference. Before coming here I had heard about everything from herds ...
... we exchanged email addresses. They emailed John as soon as they got home. They were very sweet and were genuinely concerned about my own sickness. You might already know that John and I are always on the look-out for the "Idiot of the Day". The idiot usually turns out to be an American. Well, we have two candidates for Idiot of the Cruise which we identified on the first day – both Americans. As the cruise went on, ...
... motorway. It suited me but did leave me bemused to why it had been built and why nobody was using it. I was able to take a picture of this road from the plane the next day, so you can just about see what I am rattling about.
I had booked myself into a Ramada close to the Airport so that I could leave my bike and belongings over the weekend while I returned home, but was deflated when they didn’t have my reservation, and then asked if I ...
... to me so far. I told them about trying to find milk in Kaufland, drinking Rakia (they loved this story) and I told them about how I keep getting confused because of the way Bulgarians shake their head the opposite way to signify 'yes' and 'no.' SO confusing..still. haha The students really seemed to understand me which was something I was nervous about. I had no idea how much English they actually knew. Before I knew it I had over one hundred friend requests ...