Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Center
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... and packs of stray dogs in the streets to overbearing gypsy beggars.
Other than a handful of homeless pooches in Bucharest and one very slow train ride, I really didn't see anything that marked Romania as a 'less developed country’. (Having said that, I do think Romania has seen much of its development in the last 5 to 10 years so much of what I had heard was probably a bit dated.)
The train ride through Romania – including the ...
July 27, 28, and 29 - Bucharest, Romania
This is Dave writing this time. Michelle wasn't inspired to say much about Bucharest;
Michelle drafts this blog on her iPod and I edit it into the blog entry by checking and adding a few facts, filling in gaps in our story, and uploading the pictures. Usually, she gives me a well fleshed out story to work with. This time, for Bucharest, she gave me less than 100 words to ...
... ourselves on a flight to Bucharest. Happily that bought us another 3 days in Eastern Europe, but also left us in a quandary of where to spend them; quick more research!
Romania actually has a lot to see and do, who knew? Suddenly we weren't sure how we could possibly fit everything in and plot our journey to Budapest. Do we go and see these amazing painted and unique monasteries in the North (another 5 - 7 hours from the capital)? A 'funny' cemetery that has cartoons on ...
Bucharest eclectic architecture is a mix of old and new - medieval, neoclassical, art nouveau with modern skyscrapers. Many buildings are old (but well preserved) in the historic district area, while new ones with reflecting glass windows complete the landscape around the city. If you want to experience the charm of Bucharest, Calea Victoriei (Victory Road) would be the best place to begin. It was built as a main road in 1692 when ...
... roads weren't in great shape, the weather turned to rain a bit and after it got dark, cows in the road. Driving was like one of those arcade video driving games with the little overview of the track up in the corner of the screen. I would keep one eye on the GPS, which would let me know how sharp of a curve was coming up, and one eye on the road for the cows.
We made it back to Margie's quite late but safe and sound.
Next, it's off to Istanbul.