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... t stray too far from home?
I come across Bucharest's Arc De Triumph. It is surrounded with scaffolding and a screen printed tarp showing what the Arc looks like. This seems to be a common representation in the region, the use of top hat scaffolding with a representative picture on the outside to give curious onlookers a glimpse of what the finished result will be. I think it looks a little tacky but each to their own!!
My goal of the day is to ...
... when they’re from out of town. You have to,” she concluded.
Like Sorina, Ruxi had worked at Cedar Point the previous two summers. She had already graduated college, with a degree in Italian and English that she didn’t yet know what she wanted to do with. When Sorina said Ruxi was coming from school, it wasn’t because she was taking classes, but because she was teaching seven-year-olds English. Both she and Sorina had impressive language ...
... s buildings on the face of the step which paints picture as you walk up. Finally after what seem like hours but in fact it was only 15 minutes I reached the top. It has more than 100 steps and peaks to the highest point in Bucharest with an amazing view. This would be Great for a school group after a day of viewing art.
So far this has been the longest day yet! I am exhausted but it is worth it.
... God, Dionysos. They say, Dionysos's blood, the wine, makes you immortal.To my Thracian - Dacian ancestors the wine was sacred too, it exposed lies and defeated spells. It was the only drink that if dripped onto the ground as offering, it could be drank by the dead!
The stars of November sky, were in that part of the world, luminaries for the dead. As it's only in November's evening sky that the Pleiades lay low on ...
... Simone showed photos of the buildings being moved on rails.
The Old Town
Bucharest Old town is a quaint and small quarter of sidewalk cafes, bars, restaurants and old historic buildings, many in a state of renovation.
One interesting stretch of buildings is nothing but decrepit shells. Simone’s story on these is that their ownership was disputed after the 1989 revolution and the ...