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... last, and were just quite amazing in square metres, roof height, architecture and lavish decor. It was built from 1983 - 1989, worked on 24 hours a day in 3 shifts using 99% of materials from Romania and around half a million Romanian workers, suppliers, etc. Costing around €7 billion ($11 billion) and several hundred lives, as safety was hardly a priority, it successfully manged to drain a fair chunk of the Govt coffers. Ceausescu, being the paranoid megalomania that he ...
... society going, you see. Just a little bribe here and there get things done!”
It was hard to tell how serious he was being. He was obviously young, funny, and talented enough to create this exquisitely designed hostel. The room was covered in boards with colourful chalk writing, listing every upcoming hostel activity, with various well-maintained pot-plants, and even a bicycle attached to one of the walls as a decoration.
Either way, Kevin and I were amused. We sat ...
... Hurray, Brasov! No, wait, I can't open the train door. I've never seen any door handle quite so complicated. In this way, i discovered the hidden bonus of having a corridor-standing man on board: door opening assistance. I got off the train.
Accommodation very easy to find (and not just because I took a taxi!) and found my local 24 hour supermarket stocking all the essentials (read: chocolate). Already had a wander through ...
... was really beautiful---a former residence of royalty but is now used as the office for the President. We met a nice Danish guy (Atly from Copenhagen) who helped us navigate the metro afterwards. Again can't emphasize how friendly people have been to us. Spent the rest of the afternoon wandering the streets for souvenirs and lunched at a takeaway gyro shop. Was pretty good but it was weird to find French fries rolled into it. ...
... I woke up a few hours later (I had a 5.5 hour layover) feeling like I had been sleeping on a freezing concrete floor (because I had been) so I switched it up for the uncomfortable upright chair for an hour or two.
Boarded the plane, was happy to hear a few Spanish people either talking to each other or to someone on the phone, and managed to finish my night’s sleep off during the first two hours of the four hour flight to Madrid. I had ...