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... a twenty hour doozy of a trip, and found my seat. A train guard initially attempted to help me locate the compartment, or so I thought, but his English was poor and my German was limited to the subject of spoons and gesundheit. I soon discovered he was actually just trying to upgrade me to a couchette rather than the cheap seat I had reserved, so I declined and headed off to my compartment. Before I went, however, he grew very concerned. “Be very careful in ...
But before wrapping up this blog I would like to note that Romania was a bit of a watershed moment for me in terms of my traveling life. It was not only the last country I visited on this trip, but also, if my calculations are correct, the one-hundredth country I've been to.
It was about sixteen years ago, while taking a 42-hour bus ride to the southern tip of South America, when I almost deliriously came up with the bright idea of ...
TripAdvisor.com readers rate the city bicycle tour as the #1 activity in Bucharest. Having been on a bikes enough lately, Hiro, Junko and Michelle chose the open top bus tour instead.
These quickie tours are a great orientation to unfamiliar cities. Bucharest, like many major cities, has one too, albeit a bit shorter than most. Hiro, Junko, and Michelle bought metro day-passes and rode the subway to Union Square ...
... haha He was very nice to me and gave me a sticker to put on my bag and next week he is giving me a t-shirt to support the gym. I asked Qwor to ask his coach how many lev he wants me to give for going there twice a week from now on. The coach said he refuses to take any money and that I can just go there, tumble, and speak English. (He did mention I could bring him a beer haha) I think we're going to get along just fine.
Two weekends ago we had our ...
... Subway on my birthday for lunch. (I treated myself.) It was almost exactly the same as the US Subway except: almost everyone got six-inch sandwiches, the spicy Italian had amazing meat that was fattier, thicker, and better tasting than in the US, and the sandwich artists were actually artists. This thing was seriously composed. No wonder it was completely packed...