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... nice at night and was an absolute hive of activity, even after midnight. It was so nice Ivan decided to knock on Geisha's door to get her to come out for a midnight walk but there was no answer. She must of known the wolf was at the door. So Ivan wrote a love note a put it under her door, heartbroken there was no midnight walk. But the note was appreciated. The next morning we slept in and went for a walk through **** park. That's when it got ...
... out. What the hell even at the top of a remote, isolated mountain there are dogs. At least I was not on bike so they were nice. I guess they could have been with the only guy working at the site even though he was a few meters back downhill.
The views were amazing and the castle must have killed the people who built it - oh wait it did! At the bottom of the hill is a camp grounds and it must be a crazy place to camp.
... all look the same, a yard with a few chickens and the rest of it full of junk, even the campsite had 3 legged chairs, broken furniture, and rusty iron out side, just rotting away, okay the toilets and showers were clean (ish) the water was hot, but it just had that run down , tired look to it
Adam (the driver ) decided he was going to treat us all to an Indian meal, he would do the cooking, all we had to was prepare it, it ...
... the park! Really, the Cişmigiu Gardens was the highlight of my day. The park had a ton of character. I really enjoyed wandering around and people watching. I found the old men who play chess and backgammon! :D When I was walking up to the area I couldn't figure out what was going on at first, I thought I'd stumbled into some sort of underground gambling circle. hahaha :P Then I saw the chess and backgammon boards and got all happy. :) I even found some ducks ...
... about us, sons and daughters of Gaea from ancient Dacia: the Transylvanians, Moldavians and the Vallachians. When we go to eat out, we do not just eat out. We go out to socialize and listen to live music. We’ve been doing this for millenia, dancing hora, the Sun dance and singing every time we have the chance. We have songs for everything. Songs for when we are sad, happy, at war, at peace, music is a constant presence in our lives. ...
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- Free parking