Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square
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... communist party was Nicolae Ceaușescu. He started out alright and Romania seemed to prosper. He borrowed tons of money, but everyone worked. They had money but nothing to spend it on. Everyone made about the same amount.
Then in an effort to repay the loans, Ceaușescu started exporting all of the agriculture and manufacturing production. He also began to emulate North Korea’s style of authority.
... popular sports in Romania (football, and not the American kind) and her childhood and how long she’d lived in the city. She told me about her brother and past family vacations and her studies to become a lawyer, which really impressed me.
In Romania, college is quite cheap compared to the United States, and one does not get a bachelor’s degree and then go to law school. College is around $500-700 a year, and studies to become a lawyer start right ...
... Bucharest ia a beautiful palce, it is so old styled. The Gold Coast is mostly high-rises and modern homes but Bucharest is the complete different, it is so medieval and nothing is vandalised.
I have never stayed in anything like Hotel Cismigiu. (It sounds weird pronouncing it back the front but because it is a different language words are jumbled around) The hotel has that old look to it but it is a fairly new building.
My hotel room looks ...
... evicted until proper ownership could be established though long drawn out court proceedings. Squatters moved in and there was zero maintenance for 30 years. Gradually, the disputes are being resolved and the buildings revitalized. They sit on pricey real estate.
The Winner of the Ugliest Statue Contest
Simone took us to the front of the Natural History Museum to show and tell us about a statue of naked ...
This week we visited Transylvania... the "Dracula' Region in Romania. Also known as "Vlad the Impaler". The trip was fascinating... We returned without any bites, no full moons, no Vampires, and had a great time... Enjoy
Count 1, 2, 3... Count Dracula....aa.aaah