Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center
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... going on. I could only assume he had been on a train as long as I had, but had also been playing a rigorous game of tennis. Some five hours later, we arrived in Bucharest.
I was relieved for about half a second, then remembered that Sorina had never given me her address, instead assuring me that she lived quite close to the station and would meet me there. I hadn’t had WiFi in quite some time; if something had happened, I had no way of knowing and nowhere to ...
... at the foothills of Capatanii Mountains and already I was tired. After dragging myself up the mountain it got easier the further I got. We then continued through the landscaped museum of untouched lands. It shows how rich the natural Romanian architecture is. School groups would need to ensure that all individuals have a camera because this is a once in a lifetime breathtaking sight. Before I knew ...
... going home, we stopped in at the AFI Palace Mall, as modern and pleasant as shopping mall anywhere.
Guided Bucharest Free Walking Tour
On Monday, Michelle and I joined a Guided Bucharest Walking Tour. Junko and Hiro had seen many of the sites already on their own and didn’t join us.
The sun was blazing and we felt like ants under a magnifying glass at 10am. Luckily, Michelle had ...
... line. Before I knew it we were off. By the time we saw our friends on the sidelines we were on mile 15 and feeling pretty tired. Around mile 18 I could feel the end getting near (and I don't mean death..I didn't think..). My joints hurt and luckily that was the only thing that I can complain about. Crossing the finish line and getting that medal was an awesome feeling. Romania may have taken my card, but Bucharest was the perfect place to run my first ever half-marathon.
Bucharest eclectic architecture is a mix of old and new - medieval, neoclassical, art nouveau with modern skyscrapers. Many buildings are old (but well preserved) in the historic district area, while new ones with reflecting glass windows complete the landscape around the city. If you want to experience the charm of Bucharest, Calea Victoriei (Victory Road) would be the best place to begin. It was built as a main road in 1692 when ...