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... are: Cismigiu Gadren (Gradina Cismigiu) and Herastrau Park.
For those who want to have a glimpse at what Romanian food is about, I can recommend to look for restaurants that serve traditional food, there are plenty, for all budgets and tastes.
If you want to reach the city in a fast and convenient way, you can do it by buying 2 ways tickets to the Express Line that connects Otopeni - Henry ...
... Victoriei, or Victory Avenue - the main street of Bucharest - we saw each of these three styles. In the period between the two world wars Bucharest was often called the "Little Paris", which is so clearly portrayed in much of the architecture. Bucharest even has its own Champs d'Elysse, which is actually a meter or so longer than the real one ...
... then Jim & Julia in the distance, then a group having a beer. I stopped to say hello and Gareth joined me for the museum – after a hour long walk we arrived at the museum – lots of decorated eggs, full cottages reconstructed within the museum, funny looking masks, and on and on we saw lots in the displays.
We walked back to old town for the group dinner, but not before swinging by the only place in town ...
... what I expected from an Eastern European national airline. Their jet ways from airport to plane are actually time machines because the planes are exactly as they were in the late 1990’s. The upside to this is that the seats back then were thicker and by now they have been well broken in and quite comfortable. Malaysia Airlines is the same thing, although they somehow can legally say that they are Asia’s number one airline...(coughBULLcough). I ...
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