Ramada Majestic Hotel
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... s birthday is tomorrow so we shouted him dinner at Sinaia.
Alas, we awoke this morning to rain, fog and a wet drive into Bucharest, cars, cars and more cars. A tour of the Palace of Parliament was mind blowing. This complex is the second biggest
Building in the world behind the Pentagon in Washington DC and construction commenced in 1984 and completed in 1994. Apparently the first person to greet people from the balcony was ...
... Remember, how far I told you the cab ride was to the a museum? Well,...guess who WALKED back? Yep,...you got! I had read about a neat gift shop, so we first located that, and then began the truck back to the hotel. OMG,...I thought my feet would possibly fall off the ends of my legs. It had to be a minimum of 10,000 miles! I was so tired, I didn't even want to go to dinner, so I picked up a cheese Danish, and a ham/cheese pretzel dog from one of the street ...
... headed off to his job as manager of a bank somewhere.
Now, back to the last entry from Brasov: Elenka and I had been warned of Bucharest's vicious dog packs. We've seen no such thing. The dogs all work solo, look plump and seem happy. I'd also said that Romanians rank right up there with Argentines, Burmese and Filipinos in the genuinely nice people department. After today, they might have a slight lead.
... 8217;t visited. Various horror stories have been told about travelling there(attacks by stray dogs, bad transport, hassling and thieving from gypsies, grim Communist-era buildings), but equally there have been lots of very favourable stories, so we’ve decided to go and see for ourselves.
The area of modern day Romania has had a very chequered history, including being part of the Ottoman empire in the 14th and 15th century. ...
... From there we drove all around the massive Parliament building. We parked across the street in front of the building. We had time to get off the bus and take photos. We did not have the time to take the originally planned tour of a part of the building. Even from a distance the enormous size was obvious. The building was not a big box – it looked a little like lots of different pieces were piled up randomly to make it. ...