Monte Carlo Palace
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... brand new apartment! For an old styled building my room is huge with a kitchen, a living room and a view of the Cismigiu Park there isn’t anything else I could have asked for. My room has free Wi-Fi and a stocked mini fridge with everything included in the cost unlike most hotels where you pay for what you want. For my three night stay the cost is $509 au and for the view it is a perfect price with breakfast included. School groups would think that the price ...
... pictures without asking but I also didn't want to stop to ask - I'd been warned that they can be very aggressive beggars and didn't want to get myself or my fellow riders into a contentious situation. I've been trying all week for a way to describe Romania and it's very difficult. I am deeply intrigued with it but can't really explain why. It is, for the most part, a very backward country with even the affluent parts ...
... of the Palace of Parliament - the second biggest building in the world after the Pentagon. Seemed to be full of rooms that could be used for conferences - the most impressive being the largest hall in which Nadia Comeneci had her wedding - rented out for a mere 65,000 euros for the wedding. Afterwards headed back to the hotel to get ready for dinner, which was at a very cool restaurant billed as "Probably the best restaurant in town". Hmmm, how can you beat that? Surprised Jan ...
... homely enough, for two nights at least! Food was served and then it was the first birthday of the trip. Helen, being addicted to Haribo received numerous packets on her lap as a cake was bought out with a candle on. With a very large grin, the candle was blown out and the drinking and party games began. By the end we were playing the cereal box game, trying not to faceplant the floor with the varying amounts of alcohol consumed by members of the group! Thankfully, my £1 ...
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The next morning wash the tripe again and then add it to the veal bones pot with a teaspoon of salt. Fill in the water to 5 liters, add the vinegar and leave everything to boil for another 3 hours. Being a hard muscle, the tripe boils slowly. After 3 hours (when the fork can go through it) pull the tripe out and cut into pieces as in the picture to the right. (1 cm by 3 ...