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... size of the multitude of parks available in the city. No matter where you are you are never more than 5 minutes from a sprawling green space. Complete with playgrounds, ping pong tables, bike paths, benches and the variety of sculptures. There is even a toy train in the park beside the Open Air Village museum. I am surprised how empty it is though. For a Saturday very few people are out enjoying the leafy promenades. Possibly due to the amount of parks around ...
... actual Romanians.
“Probably half and half,” she replied, unphased. “But most of the Romanians are probably from villages, not Bucuresti, so they’re tourists too.”
I laughed. “So locals don’t actually eat here at all!”
“No, no!” she protested. “There’s a student menu for lunch, so Rux and I do.”
I conceded that that seemed fair.
“And everyone ...
... cello musician and he expressed his joy through music as a form of art.
The art guide, Daniela, took me over to a clay sculpting workshop. Having a hands on activity is a really good idea for school tour groups to physically engage them in an activity. After introducing me to the artists, they introduced me to the potters wheel and I began making myself a vase. To be honest I wouldn't ...
... Artisans sell folk crafts from little tables inside the village. Most crafts were simple, a nice souvenir of Romania. None of it is destine to become family heirlooms.
We spent a good two hours going though old wooded homes and churches, by the water-less wheel displays, and the windless windmill displays. They had a wooden Ferris wheel that, at just 25 foot tall, looked like the most dangerous Ferris wheel on earth.
... my worst expectations and went to prove that it wasn’t bad luck the day before but the Romanian way of driving..... I don’t know how anyone lives to 40 here! Fortunately, the first 15 kms were idyllic and were on a dirt track road through untouched valleys with nobody living in them. A great way to start the day. As, I explained in detail in the last blog about the never ending suicidal driving, there is no need to repeat it here! And though ...