Pullman Bucharest World Trade Center
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... if he was indeed from Ohio.
Alex was indeed from Ohio and such a lovely young man. He has been working at hostels around Europe over the last two years and also doing some traveling of his own. He had extended a free trip to Israel (as a (non practicing) Jew at a certain age each individual is offered a trip to learn about the birthplace of the religion) and ventured to Bucharest to visit a fellow hostel worker who was in the city. We chatted for ...
... tour around Bucharest, points out that the city is not typical of the rest of Romania, even though over 10% of the country's population live there. The worlds of Ferraris & horse carts are separated by perhaps 30 mins of driving. But Romanians like other people we have met in the former East Bloc countries, do not regret the end of Communism. As a social, political & economic experiment it failed and these countries are ...
... a bit lost on the way to the hostel and the city was eerily quiet, despite it being around 6 pm on a Friday. I eventually found the hostel, but my hopes of meeting people for a big Friday night out before I met back up with Kim, when I checked in to find that there really weren't very many people in the hostel. I had a shower and chatted to the lady who ran the hostel, in order to plan the next morning, but I was soon ready to eat again, as my ...
... back to the Hilton, about a ten minute walk. I had to stop when I passed a breathtaking storefront window for a spice shop. I didn't need any spices, per se, but the shop was so beautiful, I just had to support it. I bought some mint, figuring I could add it to my tea, and it came out to essentially 40 cents. Eyeing the pignole nuts I thought, maybe this is my chance to stock up! It wasn't. My tiny bag of pine nuts came to $11, no different than what I ...
... pre-departure orientation on July 12th (more coming in the next post on this event) and it was a great experience. An upcoming event that is still in the works is the Summer school in Constanta on August 27-29, where will work with high school who are interested in U.S. study to get them started and on the right track to achieve their future goals. Some other projects that are in the works for me personally are some new videos about ...