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... I was happy to hear that, although I will say I have felt very at ease here.
First, we went to Peles Castle and the Sinaia Monestery. She told me how a Prince visited Mount Sinai in 1695 and brought a stone back. He built the monestery as a thank you to God. In 1866, letters of invitation were sent to the royal families of England, France and Germany to rule Romania. Prince Carol from Germany accepted and became prince.
... my seat and a spot for my suitcase. I am glad I didn't bring my largest suitcase, as it never would've fit. The woman in my seat gestured I could sit in the seats kitty corner, and that would've been fine until I got kicked out by someone who had a ticket for that seat. I noticed an older man had taken MY seat, so I did what I feel a true Romanian would've done and kicked him out. Maybe I was irked at the cab thing or maybe I realized I didn't want to stand in between cars like ...
... she pulls our small group over to the side, and allows them to continue ahead of us, loud talking and picture snapping the whole while. It's a moment that passes quickly, but it feels momentous - she's admitted defeat, and she knows it. None of the three adults on the tour knows how to behave: we look away, look at anything, to avoid eye contact. Thank goodness we’re in a castle and there is actually a lot to see. Which is the supposed point of this story anyway. ...
... got run over by the cement truck that rumbled by us as we pulled away from it.
For an impoverished country, it is surprising how much emphasis women put into their clothing, although sometimes perhaps it’s a little garish. While in Bucharest, I pointed out to Linda a woman sitting near us who had put her blouse on inside out. The tag was showing and the seams were clearly not supposed to be visible. A while later Linda sees the woman ...
... a touristy place but normal enough to not feel too
disneyland-ish. bit like plovdiv in that respect. nice old lady in
the service station esque shop. spoke a tiny bit of english so we
talked about weather. said 'goodbye lady' when i left shop! nipped up
to train station to make seat reservation. lady in the wasteels
office barely spoke english but declared my asking for a seat
reservation as "beautiful!" sweet old people who gave seat
up for on bus there and back.