Hotel Charter Otopeni Airport
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... kitchen and bathroom. He did the
same with the apartments. Consequently,
in the post communist period of the last 25 years, many are still in dispute
over ownership. The occupants won’t look
after the exterior of the apartments because they could be evicted if the
former owners descendants make a claim.
They keep the interiors comfortable however the outward ...
... century history. We stop at the cafe on the huge terrace outside the military museum just down from the Novotel. Unlike the helpfulness of the National Archive staff, we're clearly returning to the passport-collecting mentality. The waitress doesn't really want to offer us any service and when we ask her for something from the menu, she simply says no! After a bit of a game about what there actually IS on the menu, we end up with some weird doughnuts, ice ...
... 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).
... people at 2A, then another circuitous route to 2B etc. The whole scene looks pretty grim, especially in the rain. Eventually the bus gets to 2F, which does actually have a gate 47, and our plane on the board, so settle down to wait the rest of our 4 hour wait. This airport has just overtaken London's Heathrow for our worst impression of an airport!
Our Air France flight was a 3-3 configuration, with us down the back in row 25. Contrary to expectations, ...
... We chewed the fat over various topics. Two great guys. The train was like a sauna when we entered. It had been sat in the baking sun for hours and my four bed cabin was roasting. There were meant to be 4 passengers in their but two others found an empty cabin.
The train moved along into the darkness of the night towards the Moldovan border.
Next stop Chisinau, Moldova.