The Seasons Bucharest Hotel
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... out the correct sound about 40% of the time. Ruxi kept swearing that it was incredibly easy, but they both assured me that the English “th” had been a struggle for them to learn. The 40% of the time when I did master the devious r, I wasn’t the only one who cheered.In addition to talking about language and Ruxi’s job over dinner, Sorina and Ruxi told me more about how they met (best friends since high school, similar to Em’s and my story), ...
... and hidden rooms that go under ground and into the rock it is built on. And believe it or not but the rock is actually named Tydricus. School students would have a lot of fun and enjoyment here, and they would have so much fun learning of the legends, not only is it educational but it is mysterious.
I took a 'scenic tour' bus ride back to the hotel and had an amazing buffet dinner in the luxurious covered terrace of Hotel Cismigiu.
... the Romanian Revolution and Its Heroes from December 1989' monument erected in 2005. It is a spike-like thin tower similar to a white spear going through an odd black ball shaped rock. It looks like a monument to the burned marshmallow. It has drawn other comparisons like; 'potato on a stick', 'donut or nut or meatball on a spike', 'the olive on a toothpick'.
Simone Told the Story of the 1989 Revolution from her ...
... advert and I found out that there are about 11 weeks until Christmas. So Sadie Isaac, if you can save 10p per week from now until then you will be able to buy the milk this year and I promise I will bring the cookies! I wouldn't miss that for the world.
Matthew and Paris! Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby brother, I am so pleased for you both and all of your family. I wonder what sort ...
... moldovan language is Romanian. Then went to a historic church complex in caves in an amazing ridge formed where a river does a u-turn when it runs into rocks it can't get through. Nice old priest let me take his photo. Then we went for lunch at the drivers home in a village, cooked by his wife. Quite primitive, outside hole in the ground loo, kitchen separate from the house, huge garden full of veg, and chickens. Chicken noodle soup then ...