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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... tracking the trickling riverbed. The villages along the way were still very basic with many buildings in a very bad state of repair, but there was also lots of evidence of new factories, homes ad businesses and some modest house renovations underway. Still a long to go, with many very old abandoned factories, buildings, railway stations etc. We were woken at 1.18 am as we arrived at Svilengrad to have our passports checked by the Bulgarian border guards ...
Today (Saturday, 16th) we are headed to Romania. I am taking the plane at around 5pm with Ana and the kids. Im really looking forward to this trip with the family. It will give me a chance to see where they (and me, if I go with them) might live next year.
Last week was a very busy week getting ready for the trip. I wanted to make sure I was caught up on studying. I was also able to go for lunch with some friends from my school. We took the kids to Yoga ...
... the first few days cause I was so unaccustomed to it. I guess what they tell me in China, that hard bed are good for you, is really true. Overall, I like my room but it does have a few down falls. First, no screen in the window so all the bugs, particularly mosquitoes come in. Now this wouldn't be a big deal if there was AC in the room but alas there is not, which would also not be a big issue except that everyday I have been here has been hot ...
... Ceausescu was a communist leader who came to power in 1967. There he stayed for more than 20 years until he was finally overthrown and executed. He also had a serious ego. Legacies of his rule dot the nation's capital including the B-dul Unirii, his own version of the Champs Elysees (only 6m LONGER than it's French counterpart). The most conspicuous addition, though, is the Palace of Parliament which sits at the head of the ...
... 8217;t able to locate any ourselves, they say you can still find bullet holes in the surrounding buildings.
The only other noteworthy event during our time in Bucharest was the World Cup final. In our search for a worthy spot to watch the big match, we randomly stumbled upon a group of Dutch supporters, numbering close to 600 we think, at a bar called Van Gogh (go figure). Although we had a hunch Spain was going to take the Cup, we ...
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