Travel Blogs from Bucharest
I took a bus to Chisnau Moldova today. I fell asleep shortly after getting on the bus. I woke up by being tapped to look up to an immigration official standing there with everyone's passport asking for mine. The immigration officer comes on the bus and collects everyone's passport. They then go inside the building and we wait. Eventually they hand all the passports back to the driver and the driver starts to drive. The passports are ...
First, a little about last night's dinner. The food here is very good and plenteous. We have yet to finish a meal. There seems to be a lot of meat, dairy products like yogurt and sour cream and cheese. The pictures accompanying this write up was dinner last night. Another interesting note, the state controls heat and ac from a central location. So as of now we can have heat but no air conditioning. As ...
... train in time helped by a group of skaters from Bucharest who were on their way back from a competition in Varna. On the train we had to show our passports as we were crossing the Bulgarian-Romanian boarder.
Our journey included a pretty spectacular view when we crossed the Danube River, which marks the border, and after a couple hours we were in Bucharest. To get to our hostel we had ...
... similar to those in Istanbul, the National Bank Palace (which is right beside our hotel ),the Military Club, and the restored equine statue with ominously raised tail. The story we’re told was that the original horse statue was melted down by the Communists, but the artist would not give them permission to to make another one, so they got around this by not doing an exact replica – hence the tail in the air rather than pointing downwards. On to ...
I have no idea if we were in Bucharest on the 28th (I think we may have left that night...) but we've been away from the internet for a while and all the days have rolled into one.
So, Dan is ill. Well he wasn't in Bucharest, so perhaps that comment is irrelevant in this blog, but he is now. Heat exhaustion I believe, according to the Lonely Planet (who knew it could also act as a medical guide?!), at least I hope ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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