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... you! In Europe we kiss on both cheeks to greet each other.” But she needn’t have worried. I already knew.
The next day was a whirl of museums. I started my day with a tour of The People’s Palace, built under the Communist regime but which now houses the Romanian Parliament. I was surprised to learn that it was the second-largest office building in the world, after the United States’ Pentagon. It was full of marble of all different ...
... the race hadn't started! We found the starting place (see the sports oval type area on left of map) - lots and lots of cyclists. We watched the start at 10am and checked back there at 11.15, but nobody had finished.
The road at the bottom of the map is through the trees - slightly elevated, so great views of the town.
Taxi back to the hotel and checked out at midday.
Good job we spent that 6 lei (less than $2) to reserve seats on ...
... out!! He kept knocking on the door until I came out - be was a huge burly guy and very abrupt! We were so looking forward to the border crossing between Bulgaria and Turkey in the early hours of the morning! They also added a number of carriages at the Ruse stop which took about another hour in the heat. Adding to the heat in the cabin, is the smell of cigarettes. There is about 15 people in this first class cabin, and we are the only two that don't smoke, ...
... Throughout the city, there were also numerous displays of street art, which I captured a few shots of. Although these aren't very telling of multiculturalism in Romania, they are interesting displays of, perhaps, the youth culture within Bucharest. It will be interesting to see what the rest of our time in Romania reveals about the ...
... was good, but service was rubbish. Lots of offal on the menu, which we avoided. Although I had romanian sausages so probably didnt really avoid it!
Then we picked our bags up and headed to the gara de nord for our sleeper to Iasi oon the Moldova border. We wanted train all the way to Chisinau, but it was fully booked when we tried the day before to book it.