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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
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... of Parliament. It is a perfect example of money being spent on the wrong things. It is second in size to the Pentagon and is actually bigger underground than above. The halls are huge, have gold leaf decorations and in one room we counted more than 30 chandeliers. It was built whilst many people were homeless and starving. Tonight we farewelled Stefan who was a great guide and we await our Bulgarian guide ...
... cooking oil, sugar, pork, beef, chicken and potatoes were rationed with the rationed amounts becoming smaller each year. Most of what was available to the people of Romania was export rejects. Curfews were installed, and petrol and electricity consumption were strictly rationed making it almost impossible to cook. Control over Romanian society became stricter with phones being bugged, calls being taped, and 1 in every 3 Romanians was an informant to the ...
... so I'll get my chance!
When we first land, I notice that all of the construction that had been ongoing for years since I came here in 2006 and 2010 has been completed, and the entire airport has been COMPLETELY renovated! It looks amazing and modern, and has a brand new terminal, and new shops, and an overall easier process of getting through customs; as it had essentially felt ...
... at all. Immigration was very perfunctory, our bags finally arrived, Customs not interested. We were pleased to be offered 2000 Lei by the ATM, which was what we had figured we wanted. They almost always have a hernia if you use "Other amount".
A$1 = 3.44 Romanian lei
1 lei = 29c Australian
We avoid taxi offers, go to the rank and are assigned a taxi. We have to ask for the meter to be turned on, and resist various non-meter ...
... rather than heat stroke because, not to worry anyone, but that can be fatal sometimes, apparently.
Anyway, I'm looking after him, I'm sure he'll be fine. Lots of water and salts and staying out of the sun and stuff. Back to Bucharest.
We'd heard lots of bad things about Bucharest, and so had a lot of the people we met. The Australian girls we met in Brasov had even decided they weren't going to bother and ...