Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... a costal town in the south of Albania. so I guess at this point, just short of a month into my trip, I should be trying to summarise how it's been so far. when thinking about it, it seemed impossibly that such a eventful, varied month could be summarised in a short way. then it was handed to me. not quite on a plate, but in the form of a card I received on finishing the colour run. remarkably, the card was in English, and it simply read: "life is not a race, find joy in the ...
... was a win for me, as I just had to take the elevator downstairs.
This was the first time we ever held a session in Romania, so I was thrilled when the room reached capacity and we had 50 people attend! I was also thrilled to see that there were 23 women in the audience-almost half! I was joined by the only two Romanian alums we currently have, and they were wonderful. The crowd was quite engaged. So engaged, in fact that a group of them stayed for ...
... my money and never gave me a coffee. Being sort of hung over and tired, I didn't take this too well but decided I would retire to a seat and wait for the flight.
I don't really know what to say about the Blue air flight..... We boarded what could possibly be the oldest plane still in use and then sat there for over an hour while passengers ran around the plan yelling and stowing bags. It was especially uncomfortable when I found out that I would have to sit on ...
... interesting mixed-bag, if you will). My last day as 22 is ending up to be quite disappointing, but I had one last potential stop: Herastrau Park.
It was off my map, but I found the right street and walked north for 25 minutes before walking into the Arc de Triomphe. Seriously. Bucharest fashions itself as the Paris of the East, complete with an arc and their own version of the Champs Elysees (ending today at the House of the People, of course). The park was just on ...
Day 9 - Thursday 14 April 2011
Romania - 1 of 4 days.
After leaving Budapest we headed south east, aiming for the Hungary Romanian border. Once out of the the city and away from the hills the landscape levelled out, reminding me very much of Cambridgeshire with it's large flat fields and drainage channels.
While living in Ely for 2 years in the early 1990s it took me around 8 months to understand why I felt uncomfortable in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking