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... clue what I was doing, but I learnt that Romanian pottery is a very old tradition. Before long I was engraving my name on the bottom of a masterpiece.
Art tours are really great for a school tour group because there is no better way to get a sense of how extraordinary a place is.
You know what they say, time fly's when you having fun. The day was almost over! When the tour finished ...
... formed. .
A number of Bucharest's charming churches have survived earthquakes, war and communism.
Churches were destroyed under Ceaușescu. But he permitted eight to be moved out of the way of his modernization projects rather than be demolished. The ones that were moved, were lifted by their foundation and put to rails and rolled to a new locations, one just a few hundred meters from its ...
... villages. I went through my church and an organization called Heart of Hope Ministries International, which provides a weeklong camp for the kids called Camp of the Good Shepard. During the week, an American team and Romanian team offer the kids a fun-loving and safe environment. Not only are there fun activities for the kids, such as crafts and games, but the kids are also given a ...
... with us some of our advisees going to the U.S. this fall to study at Harvard, Yale, Middlebury, Babson, Sarah Lawrence, Worchester Polytechnic, and more.
... building. Famous for its original homemade beer, it serves an excellent selection of Romanian cuisines.
The train runs to the airport from the main train station. It cost 8.00 lei (less than $3), and the last train out is before 9 pm. The train stops in the middle of nowhere in a housing area, and you have to drag your belongings to a waiting van nearby. It makes one wonder what happens if there is a group of twenty people on the train the ...