Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Center
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... as Ceausescu had passed away before construction was completed. But we made sure we have evidence that we too have stood on this balcony which overlooked an avenue similar to the Champs Elysees. To outdo Paris, the city of Bucharest was designed along similar lines but their Champs Élysées is wider and longer than Paris and has fountains the whole length, each fountain representing a region of Romania. Had to hand over our passports, ...
... Mellissa,....all I can say is that girl must have been an Olympic walker in her previous life. Bucharest is a HUGE city with zillions of cars, but it definitely has some gorgeous buildings, and the people that we encountered were very kind. It is difficult to comprehend that just prior to 1989 they were deeply intrenched under Communist Rule. During the Holocaust, 270,000 Romanian Jews were killed. Below is a little history given by the organization, 'Forget Me ...
After a thoroughly enjoyable time in the Delta, we set off with our two Belgian friends back to Bucharest. We had envisaged returning perhaps the next day, but due to Tomas' need to get back to the city for his flight home the next day, and the fact that we were much enjoying their company, we decided to go with them.
Actually, me and Sarah set off on a different boat back to Tulcea, before hitting the ...
... ruling prince of Wallachia during part of this time was one of the legendary figures in the struggle against the Ottomans. Posthumously he gained the moniker "Tepes" (Impaler) after his favoured form of punishing his enemies – impaling. A dull wooden stake was carefully inserted into the anus, driven slowly through the body avoiding vital organs, until it emerged from the mouth, resulting in hours, even days, of agony before death. He is believed ...
... the front the building was symmetric about its center – very pleasing to look at.
Our next stop was at the Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest. “From the architectonic point of view, the Cathedral is justly considered one of the most valuable and characteristic historical monument of Wallachian religious art of the 17th century.” Wallachia is the southern region of Romania. The interior of the cathedral ...