Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center
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... took me home for 11-30pm on Friday night.
As I write this at home on Saturday afternoon Jochen is busy making arrangements for his Fathers funeral. A so very different way to spend the day than what we had anticipated and a difficult and abrupt end to what was a great trip for both of us.
Deepest and most sincere condolences to Jochen and his family on their terrific loss.
While walking to the waterfront, we met up with a funeral procession with the deceased family member displayed in open casket on trailer pulled behind a tractor. Dave concluded that she must have been a farmer and the tractor used was used to symbolize her life. The family members and friends walked ahead and behind. One lady carried a round loaf of bread or cake with a candle in it. No music.
... day which is widely celebrated in Romania. I was the recipient of a red carnation, a red rose and a specially created raspberry and lemon macaron. There was even a lunch time ladies party, complete with cardboard-cut-out men. Strange. Once the sightseeing was complete, it was time to head to the airport. I eventually worked out how to interpret the confusing (and ...
... All in all in was a great experience and the girls got to see the countryside in Romania which is definitely something from the olden days. I want to point out that my intention was to see Transylvania on this trip and I did, but only see it from the top of the castle as technically Poenari Castle is not in Transylvania but surrounded by it. It is in Wallachia.
By the time we got back to the hostel it was late and time for ...
... n an almost empty wagon and we were not bored for a second. We enjoyed good books and very ınterestıng scenery. Unfortunately the weather has been very grey all week and the overcast skıes emphasısed the bleakness of decayıng towns and factorıes. The soıl ıs certaınly very fertıle and ıt seems ın many areas the land has been gıven back to nature as most goods are now ımported.