Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center
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April 29th, Wednesday
Early in the morning we passed through the second set of locks which was a double lock to get us to the level of the Danube.
This day proved to be a gentle rest from the pace of the tours. It was primarily ...
... a sort of understanding between Sorina’s father and myself. We had three castles lined up: Peleș, the former palace of the first king of Romania, then Pelișor, the smaller but more livable palace next door in which the first king’s son (and the second king) and his family lived, then Bran Castle, which is the building Dracula was based off of. The first two palaces were beautiful – Peleș was very advanced, including a motorized skylight, ...
... a little under an hour.
I later went to a supermarket to purchase some food for the night. The Romanian supermarket was just as modern and stocked as any other Western European supermarket. It surprised me that one of the most widely available juice brands was Prigat, from Israel. I also noticed that many of the imported packaged products from the ...
... an Australian. What was more puzzling was that he seemed slightly stoned.
“G'day, I'm Michael, yeah come in, make yourself at home I guess, drop your bags and ****.”
We sat and waited for him to show us to our rooms.
“Oh no I don't run this place, Marius has just run off to get an ice cream or some ****, just have to wait for him to get back.”
He wasn't the hostel owner. What a relief. We sat on some colourful rugs while ...
... On top of all these difficulties, Ceaușescu decided to construct the Palace of the Parliament (pictured). Originally called People's House, the building is the second largest building in the world and was clearly a product of a megalomaniacal effort on Ceaușescu's part to showcase Romanian power and respectability despite its difficulties at the time. It was built on a hill and an entire Jewish community ...