Doubletree by Hilton Bucharest Unirii Square
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Back in athens at night so stay At hostel an check out the city in the morning. Go up to the acropolis (hill with ancient ruins) am see the Parthenon an the Erechtheion which were incredible. Go to museum an check the history out then time to hit the road again. Got a journey too Budapest by the 8th so 4 nights to do 1900kms, another big leg! First night just make it to norther Greece for a night ...
... been institutionalized for their entire life. These are beautiful children who have still been cast-off and neglected, but who now have a hope and a chance to change their society because of God’s work through FMN. Tell me THAT doesn't rip your heart out! Even with the undesirable politicians that we have running our Country, we are soooo very, very blessed. Ok,....will close for tonight, and soak my blistered, aching feet. Love to everyone from ...
"Romania?" is the question I hear repeated during the weeks and months leading up to this short travel jaunt. “Okaaay. Why?” (Either that, or just a blank silence that tails off towards a different subject altogether.)
As the other travel blogs I have posted on this website will testify, I like going to places other people tend not to think of going to. This is perhaps the main reason I seek out these places. And this time ...
... for a swim and jacuzzi. Jerry has discovered European coffee may not be to his liking. He may have to switch to tea. So, after going to bed at 5:30 local time, I am now up, feeling much better. However it is only about midnight so I'm hoping if I sit up for a bit I can go back to sleep. Jerry is sawing logs as I write this, the lucky stiff. Tomorrow we are off to ...
... our man in the orange shirt, or the clock. We walk all around, back along the main street, and finally spy the clock hidden in trees, and an orange shirt. We are tempted to cut across the dividers of the fountain, but they are pretty wet and look slippery. We hurry around, and meet the group, which is still growing, and ends up being about 18 people. First we walk to the front of the Palace of Parliament building, which is the world’s ...