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... and go to a bar to grab some beers.
On Thursday we had our meeting after office hours at http://www.curteaberarilor.com/en/index .php for dinner and after dinner. Here we tried one of the better local beers, Timisoreana (from the city Timisoara) One of our colleagues brought some home brewed spirit drink, which we called "Organic Rakia" J After the dinner and many beers and "organic rakia" the ...
... available on the table. Plus, everyone likes chicken and chips, even if it isn't what I wanted!
After dinner, I went for a bit of a walk to try and make the most of my short time in Bucharest, but it was so dead in the city centre, that I soon decided to cut my losses and have a quiet night at the hostel. At least that way, I would be able to get an early start on Saturday to do a bit of sightseeing before I met Kim at the train station.
... br> As this is already one of my longest posts ever, I will spare you the details of describing everything I ate...and I did eat everything. On the menu. I ordered the spoon tastings of the appetizers, main courses and desserts. The menu changes with the seasons but the one on the website right now is the one I had the night I was there: http://theartist.ro/menu/ Highlights from the appetizers include the "caprese" salad, homemade duck prosciutto with ...
... occupation. (Best. Birthday. Ever.) After a beer and a free shot, we were off.
In total, we made it to four places before petering out, meaning four free shots on top of the beer people kept buying me for my birthday. Needless to say, by the end of the night, I was nearing my most gregarious (but don't worry Dad, I wasn't too awful.) Between the Romanian bar, the rooftop terrace, the English Pub, and the underground grungy club, I got a good taste of Old City nightlife ...
... We ended up meeting with Magdalena 's sister and she gave us a bit of a history tour before taking us to the local pub.
By far the the most interesting site was the Palace of Parliament. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, "The Palace is the world's largest civilian administrative building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest." It is quite a site ...