Ramada Hotel & Suites Bucharest North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bridge', linking the two countries along the small Bulgarian town of Ruse. Now it is known by the less enthusiastically titled 'Danube Bridge'.
It was a bit difficult exchanging money. Not many exchange offices would accept Bulgarian money, despite Bucharest being merely a two-hour drive from the border. So when I first handed over the Bulgarian money, the angry old woman shook her head angrily and closed the glass window. I guess they really don't like Bulgarians.
... friends with me one evening on the stairs, so adorable. But they can startling when they all start barking and running around, especially at night. Also, residents in the neighborhood are other people...duh. I don't talk to them but I see them at all hours of the day and night out my window as they walk by. In the evening in the parking lot across the street they dance, play games etc often too loudly for my liking but it is interesting.
... pizza ever! Now, as we are just getting a little more comfortable with Bucharest's transit system, we will be off tomorrow to see some castles!
I hate Google Maps. Boycott! Boycott! That is all. Haha, sorry guys that I haven't written a major entry yet. Ry has just been doing such a wonderful job that I didn't think I needed to add anything extra! So instead of words, here are some of my photos of Bucharest!
... second biggest building in the world after the Pentagon, a very impressive and obviously inposing building. A whole suburb was wiped out for it by the charming Mr. Ceasescu. It has been said that that's where the Romanian stray dog problem started - the residents were all shifted from houses to flats where they were unable to bring their dogs. He also took me to the church and the cemetry for the heroes of the revolution as well as the site ...
... goats/cows and preparation of goat cheeses, managing tasks and timetable of new volunteers arriving in the Village, joinery and other various tasks to support the farmers' work in the village.
Great atmosphere among the volunteers, which at some point were up to 30 including groups of scouts who came from France to provide support to the Village.
After my work at Copacenii, I went camping for a few days with ...