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... used in Romania, but both treated my attempt at Romanian as cause for celebration. They tried to teach me the other Romanian word for thank you, muselmesk, with some success – it took me a few days to remember it consistently, but I’ve learned it now! Their encouragement and enthusiasm for every effort I made at Romanian, no matter how weak, never waned. Even on my final day, when I replied “Nu, merci” (no, thank you) to a flower seller on ...
... t understand a work, it had a jazz feel to it. It is remarkable, hosting a festival in a popular tourist destination is amazing, if offers the public a chance to enjoy various artists to perform new European music. This new kind of music would be a great experience for school tour groups, it is a great experience to hear new music.
Before long I was so hungry! There were plenty of food stalls but the only problem was, what to eat! (a ...
... 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 ...
... There is a zoo in Belgrade and I'm not normally a huge fan but I had some time to kill so I went for a look around. Year 6 again, do you remember when we read The Dancing Bear? I think it was you guys but I could be wrong. It is a beautiful Michael Morpurgo story and if I didn't share it with you, Mr Warren, get on the case! Anyway, here is a bear that reminded me of Bruno!
This was just the start. . .
The National Parliament is the largest administrative building in Europe and the second in the world (after The Pentagon), and was built between 1984 and 1989. It has approximately 1,100 rooms, extensive use of marble, crystal and wood from the various parts of Romania; there is only one way to describe it – completely over the top!
Among the other sights of Bucharest, my favourite was ...