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... about what we both have been doing recently. Chatting turned to beers with his friend before I had to turn in for the night because I had an early morning the next day.
As I left Bucharest this morning, I knew my time there was not enough and I will definitely be returning for another visit. There seems to be so much to see and never enough time to see it. So, until next time Bucharest, thank you for the snow, people and experience you have left me with for the time being. ...
... trying to catch up with the rest of Europe.
*Our planned bike ride is rained off but we do some further exploring of our own by foot and then travel by the Metro to a nearby suburb to dine in Beca’s Kitchen, a restaurant
found on Trip Advisor. Thankfully after all the effort of locating it, it turns out to be a good choice, all the more so because it is well away from the usual tourist area.
... a bit lost on the way to the hostel and the city was eerily quiet, despite it being around 6 pm on a Friday. I eventually found the hostel, but my hopes of meeting people for a big Friday night out before I met back up with Kim, when I checked in to find that there really weren't very many people in the hostel. I had a shower and chatted to the lady who ran the hostel, in order to plan the next morning, but I was soon ready to eat again, as my ...
... quite a meatball) and ciorba is soup. Romania is best known for their tripe soup, but I opted for the bean and bacon soup. Oh, and the waiter asked me if I wanted my mici with cartofi prajiti. I said "I don't know, do I?" He said I did. Cartofi prajiti are french fries, so he was right. I did want them.
My homemade lemonade (I told you, I ordered it every time it was on the menu) was served in a pitcher with a straw. I enjoyed that. My ciorba was ...
... he decided to accept it and moved along, but I fear this may be repeated again on Wednesday.
While there is no shop of restaurant car on board, there are some enterprising people filling the gap. One man was trying to sell an 'iPhone' while another boarded briefly mid-journey with a box full of snack food and sandwiches for sale. It struck me as odd though that one man decided to stand in the corridor until it got too dark to ...