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... and though we could see some instances where that was true, this city really has some fantastic individual examples of architecture you would expect to see in a city like Paris, not here. Perhaps the beautiful architecture has always been here, or perhaps it was only recently restored - either way, it doesn't matter, as Bucharest made for a great conclusion to our trip.
Having had the fortune to meet Alex and his family at ...
... it survived right where it is now. The Palatul Patriarhiel is the church and I believe the residence to the Orthodox Bishop for this area, maybe even all of Romania. Romanians are clearly proud of this church and they should be. It’s really beautiful. The Parliament building was my least favorite but it is a historic place. Budapest has 'em beat on Parliament building design. It was about 80% complete when ...
... their famous Hersatrau Park, so I thought I would walk, which was a lovely idea until I realised that I had forgotten to move my iPhone an hour forward so infact I was 15 mins late for my booking rather than having 45 mins to continue ambling round the park. A taxi ride later and I was enjoying my dinner. The taxi was one of the scariest ever and I have been in two accidents in taxis in NY. You have to go to believe it, imagine the worst driving you have ...
... for a couple of days before I head to Zagreb and then back into Germany for mrathon number 6 in Munich. I am going to be honest, my feat hate me, I think if they could detach themselves and swap with someone else they would happily (adverb) do so.
I mentioned earlier that I had been thinking about you guys a lot today, and there are several reasons why.
Year 6 remember we completed a ...
The National Parliament is the largest administrative building in Europe and the second in the world (after The Pentagon), and was built between 1984 and 1989. It has approximately 1,100 rooms, extensive use of marble, crystal and wood from the various parts of Romania; there is only one way to describe it – completely over the top!
Among the other sights of Bucharest, my favourite was ...