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... nearby park (soon to be renamed **** park) which overlooked a nice lake reminiscent of the botanical gardens in Melbourne. After that the group (minus Vlad, who lay recovering in his room) went on a tour of Nicolai Chauchesku's palace, the second biggest building in the world, behind the Pentagon. Apparently Vlad didn't miss much. Later it was dinner at a beer hall, a few beers in "Hooker" lane (for the pipe smoking, not the working girls) then a walk back to ...
... I didn't really need the menu at all. My In Your Pocket guide (side note, for anyone who wants free, cheeky advice for visiting cities in Europe, be sure to check out http://www.inyourpocket.com) said that Vatra had the best mici and ciorba. So, my plan was to order the mici and ciorba...though just out of curiosity, I did ask the waiter what those items actually were. That's where that photo book came in handy! Mici is a type of meatball (not quite a ...
... was a presentation of Israeli art films that did an excellent job of documenting the deep cultural heritage and social militarization with equal gravity, as well as an enormous exhibition that showcased the work of the Romanian subArt collective, which was active in the early 1990's during Romania's transition from Communist to democratic rule. It was intensely interesting, deeply critical of aspects of Communist living (particularly waiting in queues for food and the largesse ...
... 8212;thousands of tons of marble, crystal, gold, etc—Ceaușescu had to borrow heavily from foreign countries. He cut costs within his own country to finance the project, including taking measures such as food, electric, gas, and heat rationing.
Anca said that most Romanians agree that the neoclassical building is beautiful, especially when compared to the rest of the city. But they hate what it represents. For dinner, Anca and I grabbed ...
... with our truck so we had to make do on some open ground at the start of the lane leading to the site.
Given that I was on cook duty tonight, I decided to give sleeping on the bus a go. I was going to try sleeping across the front seat. Head and body on the right two seats and feet across the aisle to rest on the two left seats. Another camp fire was lit and the cooking started. Tonight's dish - minced pork, couscous, tomatoes, nuts, currants, ...
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