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... countries in my lifetime. Kind of an arbitrary number and goal, but one that I managed to stick to and actually accomplish. Random as it might have been, there was nothing easy about achieving that goal and, I have to say, it is something I’m proud of.
Consequently, yet another big outing is wrapped up. This will likely be my last travel blog as I have grown somewhat weary of the long trips and the ‘tick-box traveling’ I've been doing ...
... 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 ...
... just tough or in denial? Maybe the fashion had changed to Autumn and they just had to show off their new Autumnal wardrobes? We were even told by them how hot it was... So I guess it wasn't too difficult to pick out that we were tourists by our more Summery dress. Although I must say everyone assumed we were Romanian until we finally stopped them to say 'English?' They either don't get many tourists, or we look a little Romanian.
Buonasera, Merci, Da... what country is ...
... one of Bucharest's historical buildings. Another point of interests is the Villacrose and Macca passages. These two pedestrian alleys are roofed with tainted glasses, and wrought iron. They are lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants in a 'U' shape. The sun gives a natural light to the alley when it hits the tinted rooftop.
The tour ends by the Revolution Square. This is the site of a series of riots in December 1989. The Romanian ...
... all the while, reached down to retrieve them and nearly had his hand run over by a car - he was literally an inch away from having his fingers AND teeth SMASHED! Ooh, the drama of city life!
After that, all was smooth sailing. I walked around for about 2.5 hours enjoying the sights, especially the old Orthodox churches and monastery, and sat down for a meal in the historic district which is apparently where all the young and trendy crowd eat, drink & ...