Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center
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... Europeans like to party!
We said goodbye to Sabine and hopped in the van to the airport with Carol and Dave. Those lucky dogs are heading to Italy for 2 more weeks of vacation.
I was reviewing events of the week and realized I had failed to mention a Scottish song that goes "ye cannae shove your granni from the bus" but I wasn't provided the opportunity to record it. I expect Joan to send me a video soon.
The Bucharest airport is ...
... life with a European one. They didn’t really miss blueberry pie, but they did miss banana bread. I empathized.
We ate dinner – I had what I was assured was a very Romanian dish, with polenta and Romanian cheese and a very meat-y stew that may or may not have included liver. I didn’t ask. Ruxi ordered cheese balls since she heard me exclaim over seeing them on the menu, then offered some to me. (They were exactly what they sounded like ...
... t understand a work, it had a jazz feel to it. It is remarkable, hosting a festival in a popular tourist destination is amazing, if offers the public a chance to enjoy various artists to perform new European music. This new kind of music would be a great experience for school tour groups, it is a great experience to hear new music.
Before long I was so hungry! There were plenty of food stalls but the only problem was, what to eat! (a ...
... but it has been burned and rebuilt over the years so what we see now is not old. Inside are fresco’s common in Orthodox Churches elsewhere. The vast majority of Romanians are Orthodox.
The Caravan Sari and then on to the Vlad the Impaler
We took a quick look through the gate of Hanul Hanuc, a real caravan sarai from 1808, before stopping at an archaeological dig fronted by a bust of Vlad Tepes ...
... about every 5 kms, they went nowhere & I mean nowhere. They had the signs, but the tarmac ended at a chain link barrier somewhere between 10 and 50m after leaving the motorway. I have heard of the road to nowhere, but this was the road to one where - which I hoped would be Bucharest and as it turned out it was, but that was the only exit on this road for 65kms!!! No other entries, no exits, just an on and an off at either ends of 65kms of ...