Hotel Charter Otopeni Airport
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... we got the more nervous I became bc I didn't want to miss my stop. I asked the man next to me for help bc you know I was super anxious at that point and dealing with the language barrier was easier. The bus luckily had a stop that said Mogosoaia palace. Idk why I'm having all these anxiety issues. I thought I was pretty easy going and now I realize that I'm not so much. My anxiety didn't leave until about 30 minutes later. I realize that I ...
... was in a reasonable state. Mush of
our part of town contains the large townhouses that were converted into accommodation
for the peasants that Coucescou relocated to the city. He wanted to change Romania from an agrarian
economy to an industrial one, so he moved the peasants into the city, confiscated
the townhouses from their owners and installed a family in each room with ...
... 107, 82, 0.496094); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Once we dumped our bags, we set out to explore the town. It is very small, and is like stepping back 50 years. (As seen by the horse and buggy).
... tour takes us past major and minor historic buildings, Stavropoleos Church, a very Asian small church with a lot of Persian, Asian, or even Moghul influence. Outside the National Museum of Romanian History there is a new, and ugly, bronze of Trajan holding a lactating she-wolf, which the locals are not at all impressed with, and neither are we. We pass the famous Caru cu Bere restaurant and beer hall, the first department store, Vilacrosse Passage, a ...
... Planet describes it as "locals hate it and travellers leave shell-shocked after a couple of days". Great. So naturally this made us even more determined to go!
The three main things everyone had warned us about were stray dogs (as if we hadn't encountered enough of them in Romania as it was), pickpockets and the heat. Couldn't be too bad right? Erm.
We arrived at about 9.30pm, which wasn't ideal but we'd ...