Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Center
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... the Romanian Revolution and Its Heroes from December 1989' monument erected in 2005. It is a spike-like thin tower similar to a white spear going through an odd black ball shaped rock. It looks like a monument to the burned marshmallow. It has drawn other comparisons like; 'potato on a stick', 'donut or nut or meatball on a spike', 'the olive on a toothpick'.
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... double beds in a guest house and a meal out?!..ok only if I must!!
Luxury...although the meal turned out to be a rather faulty towers-like experience...which did not go down well with the extremely grumpy, tired and hungry boys!
Yesterday we reluctantly rose from our comfy night sleep and set off to the city!
Around mid day we met the first proper Romanian cyclist we'd seen (Romanians ...
We felt immediately at home once we reached the hostel in Bucharest. Our first night 2 sister hostels got together for a BBQ and drinks...all free from the hostel. What generous people! That night we went on a pub crawl to some great underground bars. One bar we had to go through a closed antique shop, down a flight of ...
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The campsite was on the outskirts of Bucharest, close to the zoo. It was more geared up to campervans and people staying in their small lodges on site. Summed up by the bit of scrubland at the back we were taken to to set up the tent. Once cleared of all of the logs, brambles and thistles, the tent managed ...
... me a confirmation email which was as good as an invitation, I thought. Not very official, I know, and it really was worded quite simply. Something along the lines of "yep, he's coming - we look forward to seeing him at our hotel". Hardly an invitation. If that were a party it'd be more like "yeah, come if you want to but if you can't make it, no big deal". Not exactly a wedding invitation, is it?
I eventually found the consulate and I had a Plan B in my head, just in ...