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Travel Blogs from Bucharest

Day 58: Warm enough for a picnic

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 14, 2013

4 comments, 6 photos

... and the men were occupied with the tv. It was delicious. It had such a rich flavor of olives and vegetables that had been cooking together for a long time. These men sure know how to cook. Then something weird happened while we were eating at the table. A man came in, took a bucket off the floor and put it on the table. He got a plate and proceeded to open the bucket and take out about a quarter of a head of a giant pickled cabbage and put it on the plate. Now ...

Sujata's 12 Commandments of Travel

A travel blog entry by sujata.dey on Dec 27, 2012

2 photos

... on this one. You need a GSM phone which you can buy cheap in a foreign country if need be.

9) Don’t rely on the SNCF, the French railroad.. I just saw a new report how suburban commuters in Paris are in danger of losing their jobs because the SNCF doesn’t show up. And avoid, its spawn, Rail Europe. Any ticket that Rail Europe will sell you would have been bought ...

10 minutes = patience needed

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Oct 11, 2012

4 photos

At 1pm today we are catching a train to Istanbul. Though that still left some time this morning up our sleeve, in reality, because of the location of our hotel and how spread out Bucharest is, there was no real time to see anything else. The museum I was interested in didn't open till 10am, and was not close to where we were staying. So instead of rushing about like an idiot this morning I opted for a sleep in and just hung around the hotel ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 12, 2012

4 photos

Bucharest was actually not a bad city, but also not a great one. I thought it would be in a lot worse condition than it was because Romania is the poorest country in the European Union. In my last blog, I said that Moldova is the poorest country in Europe and it is, but in the actual European Union, Romania is the poorest. I was staying in a very central location very close to the city center. I spend most of my time near there. ...

Heading for Bucharest

A travel blog entry by dgm2oz on Apr 14, 2011

6 comments, 23 photos

... There were many street stalls selling all manner of items, again selling for and to the local inhabitants. I think it's fair to say that the tourist industry has yet to hit Bucharest. Our walk through Parterul Central with all its visitors and stalls was also pleasant.

After our 3-hour walk about we headed back to the camp.

My final observations: if any of my readers are into selling fibre ...


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