Ramada Majestic Hotel
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... there is probably a 100% chance that I will never have the opportunity to see these works. So I paid the 15 Lie and walked in. (15 lie is in the ball park of $2.50 so its not a rip off by any means) The first bummer is that I was prohibited from taking any pictures, not that I am one for taking pictures of paintings, but still. Second thing I noticed is that I must have been one 1 of 5 people walking ...
... in the past. I ended up at university square where groups of police were gathering, it took me back to my time in Bahrain so I hung about to see what would unfold. A Romanian phot journalist told me it was a protest about the environmental effects of proposed gold mining. A mix of people of all ages started to appear and a party atmosphere developed, unfortunately I had to leave before it really got going as my train to Transylvania ...
... I thought appropriate. Of course I found myself lost once again, in an odd hybrid neighborhood of french classical homes, ruins, and communist legocommunes.
I found myself in a tiny alley populated by hookah bars, coffee shops and dress boutiques. This area is covered by a yellow glass ceiling. I ordered the first coffee I've had in days (is this the cause of the jet lag?) and sat in the steamy yellow light, enjoying the FREE WIFI that Bucharest offers in ...
... not necessarily obvious if you are dark, don’t know Romanian, alone, Hindu, and in an Orthodox church, so I was embarrassed by the lapse. I took my pashmina shawl and wrapped it like the other women. When catechism came, I had to quickly find the exit.
The rest of the day, I discovered a very breathtaking restaurant, tried to enter the Parliamentry Palace and was told to come back during opening hours, walked in Francesza street, and ...
... with which he workedand his precision were really astonishing.