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... It was just over three hours, and we were all getting hungry at that point. A British couple we met on the tour suggested a place with a lovely terrace, La Mama, so we headed there. The patio was full but we opted to stay anyway. Ben had mushroom and chicken crepes, and I had Romanian sausage and cabbage. We had a side salad, fresh bread, a couple soft drinks each and topped it all off with a banana split-- for a total of 98lei or ...
... against the state. The coup was more famous to me due to the amazing video footage of his last speech and the broadcast of the execution. The possible 'straw that broke the camel's back' was a rather large straw. It was the construction of the second largest building in the world on a site formerly occupied with a large area of the city. At a cost of millions, using gold and marble the building was 70% complete at the time of ...
... admit, we definitely did. Warm, cozy & homey, we had no choice but to succumb to the easy life of late nights, Late mornings and easy days. We cooked dinner and then tagged along with Ronan and Warren to the couch surfers weekly karaoke night at Oscars the English pub. With the house beer going for around $1.50 a pint it wasn't long before Adam was seeing double. I was being quite well behaved and ...
... a salmon roll and fruit juice. When the man sitting on the end of our row went to the loo, we all went, but MP was nipped in the bud by some sudden turbulence, and had to give it a miss. The day was pretty fine over Europe, fluffy white clouds, patchwork fields, and small towns in the valleys,
and snowy alps. Coming in to land at Bucharest, the fields were still patchwork, but not as manicured.
Romania is one of the few European countries ...
... be found in many countries through Eastern Europe.
1. Tallinn, Estonia
2. Split, Croatia
3. Kotor, Montenegro
4. Dubrovnik, Croatia
5. Korcula, Croatia
Amongst the old cities, cobbled streets and war history of Eastern Europe, natural beauty is alive, and not too hard to find.
1. Lake Bled and the Gorge, Slovenia
2. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
3. High Tatras Mountains, Slovakia
4. Lake Orchid, Macedonia
5. Peterhoff, ...