The Seasons Bucharest Hotel
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... in their lounge room. Stefan does kite surfing and often travels to pursue this passion. They were headed off to Thailand later this month to have some more adventures
At the end of the evening, most of us headed home but Steve, Andie, George and Amanda (from Griffith) headed off to a local bar called Beer 100, where, amazingly, they had 100 different beers for consumption. They all tried to drink their body weight worth of beer before stumbling in at around 1.30 am.
... the crowd well so it didn't feel like he was droning on. We found out today is actually the Days of Bucharest, where they celebrate their city's patron Saint Dimitrie-- couldn't have planned it better myself! The tour was flavoured with religious festiveness as all the churches broadcast their sermons outside. We wondered through the Old Town, saw a beautiful old Greek church-- that was far too crowded to enter and finally finished at the ...
... it out until it had finished and then tried to take a taxi home. This time they wanted 50 lei. We told them to **** off and decided to walk home. We got back and had a couple more beers before sleep. All our washing was soaked so we waited it out the next day til it dried before heading on to Bulgaria.
We liked Bucarest but it was not the best cities in Romania as we really liked Sighosara the most. ...
... brand margarine (before I knew taking photos was an issue). We sold hotdogs at the school fair and we sold out, the kids love their hotdogs. It is the British School of Bucharest so it is full of expats. It was minus 12 degrees when we were walking to school this morning.
Sat 15 Dec
Bucharest has better shopping than Perth, who would have guessed. We went to the local shopping centre which is full of Marks & Spencer, H&M, Zara and all the ...
... new pal from Vancouver) had to say we dropped the Roman Peasant Museum from the itinerary. It was a good decision because we found the Village Museum to be really interesting and I was glad that we went. The buildings were brought to Bucharest from all over Romania and reassembled to represent a typical Romanian village. Great way to step into an old world but yet the sounds of traffic (mostly taxis honking at each other) was an obnoxious reminder that the world is not ...