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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... Romania and head into Bulgaria about two hours into the trip. The same as on the previous travel from Budapest, there are many horses and carriages used in the country to cart goods, and looking at the flat terrain and rough dirt roads, probably an effective transport mode for most local needs. Similarly, many stray dogs at each station/town we pass along the way, and once again cattle graze in the paddocks beside the track with no fencing. At each ...
... the palace. Casa Poporului is the second largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States. The palace exhibits grandeur and power; all of which I'm sure Ceauşescu was looking to display with his Palace to his people, as well as to the world. However, it is rather sad how Ceauşescu spent millions ...
... really stands out is how committed these students are. It is the middle of summer vacation and some of the students come in 2-3 days a week for 3-4 hours at a time to study. I have a hard time picturing American students doing the same thing. Some of the projects that we (Sinzi, Laura and I) have been working on are creating some new materials to distribute, editing videos to add to the website/Youtube, and preparing for the ...
... I woke up a few hours later (I had a 5.5 hour layover) feeling like I had been sleeping on a freezing concrete floor (because I had been) so I switched it up for the uncomfortable upright chair for an hour or two.
Boarded the plane, was happy to hear a few Spanish people either talking to each other or to someone on the phone, and managed to finish my night’s sleep off during the first two hours of the four hour flight to Madrid. I had ...
Thoroughly un-recommended by most guide books, we actually really liked Bucharest. It has that shabby falling-apart grandeur of beautiful architecture interspersed with seriously ugly concrete apartment blocks. And a lot of traffic. Large sections were torn down and rebuilt at will by communist leader Ceausescu, resulting in ...
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