Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... we've been talking about him for the last 20 minutes" anyway, back to the game and it came to life on the hour mark, steaua awarded a penalty which was poorly taken and easily saved by the visiting keeper. they did manage to double there lead with a well worked goal shortly after. then came the 1st red card of the tour, shortly followed by the loudest cheer! anyone would have thought they'd scored again! we were both unsure what it had been given for, we later ...
... to soak up my surroundings in this brand new place. I reached a massive intersection and it took a few minutes to figure out the proper sequence of how to cross the giant street, and then I still had to walk quite a bit further after that. Unfortunately for me, there were very few options for food when I finally got to the neighborhood where the Fulbright office is located. In fact there were only two options. And they were both Italian food. I chose ...
... visited this place a second time during our stay to meet up with a friend of Keegan's. Again, it was a good night, until Jarad began acting like he was also on some very heavy drugs and then ran into the streets at 3 am. He informed us the next day that he hadn't taken any drugs and didn't know why he was acting so weird. All I have to say is that at least its never boring!
This was also our last night in Bucharest. We had to get up at about 8 am the ...
... and loading up on water, I walked up to the Old City. Now this was the third Eastern European old city I had been in so far, and this one was completely different. For one thing, it was flat (like most of the city), and the streets themselves were easier to walk on, with modern cobblestones and even pavement at parts. For another, this Old City was the center for nightlife in Bucharest apparently, as every storefront was a bar, club, or cafe. The streets were entirely lined with ...
... with table of hot girls throwing around that kind of innuendo!
For my last two days, I was able to stay with Gerogina (hasher/couch surfer)...she knew that I was in hibernation mode and left me to rest while she worked. My last night in town she took me to the Bucharest Spanish club. It turned out to be a table full of girls that barely spoke any Spanish. This group did not understand ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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