Hotel Suter Inn
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... t understand a work, it had a jazz feel to it. It is remarkable, hosting a festival in a popular tourist destination is amazing, if offers the public a chance to enjoy various artists to perform new European music. This new kind of music would be a great experience for school tour groups, it is a great experience to hear new music.
Before long I was so hungry! There were plenty of food stalls but the only problem was, what to eat! (a ...
... observation, from seeing their photos, is the absence of vehicle traffic. A city of almost two million on a Saturday would be jammed with cars anywhere else.
Meanwhile, I needed to get the computer fixed.
Our netbook has warned us several times about an imminent hard drive failure (BSOD). We attributed it to a hard drive jammed to capacity with photo files. I’d move ...
... the Latin roots of these romantic languages. It was intriguing none the less, however my attempts at talking Italian to them didn't get me very far...
The highlight of our one night in Bucharest was a free walking tour through the old town. The guide was so passionate, knowledgeable and had quite a wicked sense of humour - perhaps this was a Romanian trait? He started the tour by pointing out the second biggest building/palace in the world (after the Pentagon)... he ...
... definitely came off worse with a dented wing. The 4 x 4 didn't have a scratch!
The location of the 'prang' was on the traffic island that has the Bucharest version of the 'Arc De Triomphe' on it. So it was a good photo opportunity.
Bucharest has been modelled to some degree on Paris, with massive tree lined boulevards and a French style of architecture.
However, the city officials haven't a clue ...
... roof of the building and then the troops fired upon the demonstrators killing hundreds. He was caught and then swiftly tried and executed by firing squad, along with his wife Eleni, three days later. Swift "justice" indeed. The man was quite a meglomaniac which is plain to see when attempting to walk around "his" Parliament Building, 2nd largest single building in the world after the Pentagon. In the square in front of the building where he made the speech, there is ...