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So you're a driver. Let's make it a coach driver.
And you have to pick some people from the airport.
What I forgot to mention, is that you are a coach driver in Romania.
This means that you go to the Otopeni Intl Airport - Henry Coanda. Or OTP, in short.
Of course, since the luggage always gets at almost half an hour after the passengers arrive at the luggage claim, you never know when they will be out. This, and also those ...
... CEC, National Bank, City Hall
MUSEUMS: National Palace (includes the National Museums of Art), Atheneun, the Parliament (communist style), Museum of Maps, SO MANY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
GAMBLE: major 4 or 5 star hotels
RELAX: Hersatrau, Cismigiu, IOR Parks
DRIVE: road, sideways, underground - just don't park it
GET ROBBED: FERENTARI
... of finding the elixir of youth, apparently a hot product on the free market. To that end we go to a hospital famous for that purpose, no appointment, and manage to see one of their top doctors. He tells us that our photocopy is of a counterfeit product but gives us the website and telephone number of a local factory that supposedly manufactures the real thing. So I call- fun fun- but get hung up on before it’s ...
... why Marius was so late. You should have seen their faces.
9:30 AM, Marius got a call from someone and we were driving in the opposite direction from the freeway. Magda is German and they usually do things very punctual. She was getting worried that she might not make it to the airport on time, I mean who wouldn't? The call to Marius was about me. Someone wanted to give me a gift before I left, so we went to the center of the city to pick up the gift.
The next day, we set out to find Ceașescu's grave (the hostel worker asked, "Why do you want to go there?"). It is not really centrally located, but given that we had already had some troubles with the public transport here (more on that later), we decided to walk, knowing we would have a total of about 10km of walking ahead of us. Ghencea cemetery was somewhat small and his tombstone was not hard to find. For those who do not know, Nicolae Ceașescu was the dictator ...