Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Center
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... issues were already difficult enough. He pointed to his ring finger again. I answered. He stared. I sighed. He left. We repeated this process about five more times throughout the night. The train guard’s warnings occurred to me again – “Be careful in Hungary!” I began to worry that I the ring finger pointing was actually a Hungarian marriage proposal, and I was going to begin our girl’s weekend by accidentally getting hitched. In between ...
... had. It goes ' Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean'. This is really wise and made me realise how important it is to help others when you get the chance.
By the time I left, I made a lot of friends, people who were abandoned, abused or no family left. But the difference is that together they are all a family. The smallest things really mean a ...
... the four of us went to Herăstrău Park on the way to Muzeul Naţional al Satului Dimitrie Gusti, a folk village containing 19th and early 20th century buildings relocated from all regions of the country.
We arrived at the park near the Charles de Gaulle statue, which has been called the third ugliest stature in the city. The stature is really nice and the ugly statute contest is a reflection on Romanian ...
... marathon and got our awesome shirts and bags. While we were in the tent we met an English man named, Marc. He talked us into running for a Romanian charity that raises money for children with cancer. He also talked Julianna and Hannah into running the "Fun Run." After we signed up for that we just ate some Mexican food and got some coffee..weird combination..then we headed back to the hostel. We also wanted to get to bed early because WVU was playing Texas at 7 p.m. ...
... enough to not always have to see them.
B. is, unfortunately, probably best known for the 'Palace of the people'. This is the palace built by the last communist dictator of Rumania and is apparently the second largest administrative building in the world. In any case: it is huge! And he not only let this palace be built but also an entire boulevard in front of and some buildings next to the 'potp'. Sadly, many persons were forced to leave their houses ...