Nelisse One Hotel
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... stunningly different buildings: the Old Court Church (1546-58) and Hanul lui Manus (Manuc’s Inn 1808).
The service was being broadcast outside the church, so we could hear wonderful harmonies as they sang . Sounded like all male choirs at most of the services we passed during the day.
We spent hours wandering the streets of the old town before returning to the hotel to change and returned to find somewhere for dinner. As it ...
... I also dug the "pit" houses with vegetables growing on the roof. I spent a sold two hours in this place just walking around and dodging all the cats that were running around. If I would not have gone on the great quest to see the Arch I would have missed this museum. Apparently they were charging two Euros to get into see these building but I just walked in and no one stopped me.
... later, actually get moving, and take the long walk to the Pizza Restaurant that Mellissa and I went to. Mellissa, if you're reading this,.....sure miss you!
Well,....I never made it to the Pizza Restaurant. Just stayed in the room, and rested ALL day!
i tried to read, but fell asleep for 2.5 hrs.
Finally, around 8pm, I decided that I HAD to go ...
Day 2 and I am still struggling with jet lag. I was in bed until almost 11 AM, after a fun 5:am skype with Jennie, Tara, and reluctant Squiggly. While I was ready to leave the loud city, I was just too groggy to negotiate leaving Bucharest. My original plan was to head north right away but I wasn't ready to figure out the trains and metro.
I needed a place to stay but my apartment was not available for another day. I contacted my host, who set me up with a studio not far ...
... eight of them (with husbands by their side were all in the ladies' bathroom). Unfortunately, I didn't think fast enough to take a picture of them crammed in the bathroom. The nuclear bunker was slightly more interesting than the terrace but my best advice is if you have bad knees skip this tour. A lot of ground and hundreds of stairs are involved. The highlight was meeting a new friend, Dilara from Istanbul who has offered to show me city if I ever get there. Lunch was ...