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We left Istanbul on Monday night, but the trains were not running, so we had to go by bus. There were construction works happening in both Turkey & Bulgaria. After leaving at 10pm, it was a long trip to Bucharest (Romania). It took 3 different buses & 1 train to get there, complete with border crossings at unearthly hours. The mountain scenery in Bulgaria was most impressive, and reminded me of a ...
... This caused a lack of trust even among close friends and family members. The thing that Ceauşescu is perhaps infamously remembered for however, is the overflowing orphanages. Because Ceauşescu longed to be an industrial giant and a military leader of Europe he outlawed birth control and abortion almost immediately after gaining rule of the country. He taxed all families with fewer than 5 children. All women in factories were subjected to a ...
... unchanged since communism fell in 1989 here. So I was definitely excited that I got through customs and picked up my baggage all within 20 minutes!
As soon as I was ready to leave the terminal and meet my faimly, I saw them through the sliding doors as I always do, and get excited to see how much they've changed since the last time I saw them! Upon my exit out of the terminal, I see ...
The flight to Frankfurt was long but uneventful. The seats were actually fairly roomy and the flight went much faster than I expected. We are sitting in Frankfurt airport waiting for our connection to Bucharest which leaves at 10:30am. The walk from our plane to our new gate was looooong. Had to use a shuttle. Frankfurt is one of the ten largest airports in the world so it is ...
... building (after the US Pentagon), and was built by Ceausescu in 1984, and cost an estimated 3.3 billion euros, but is considered a white elephant today. From here, walk to the old Princely Court Museum (placed on top of the ruins of the Princely Palace) and the Old Princely Court Church built during the 14th century, which became a princely residence under the rule of Vlad III Dracula during the 15th century, then across the road ...