|So weird seeing radio station signs in English coming in on the bus to Bucharest.|
|Adam: We obviously thought of you seeing this car. Never knew there was a car brand named Adam before, did you?|
|Vlad Tepes's statue outside the Church|
|The biggest ice cream cone I've ever seen!|
You’d have thought we just MIGHT have seen enough churches by now, but nope, the day wasn’t over yet! Popped in at the Birth of the Virgin Mary Church, aka the Goldsmiths' Church, for bit to admire it as we passed by.
|Saw a lot of huge buildings like this all over the city.This one was in University Square.|
|Part of the university|
|Sculptures in front of the National Theater.|
Our room was very quiet every night, due in part I'm sure, to the foam insulation on our side of the door! The room was SO tiny that the door couldn't be opened any more than this b/c it hit the bunk bed pole!
|The incredibly narrow stairs my wonderful Sherpa carried our bags up - I don't know how he managed.|
|The hostel's communal area above and below.|
|Lorena, one of the lovely receptionists who’s been working at the hostel for almost a year, speaks pretty fluent English that she learned as a child watching cartoons much to her mother’s dismay who wanted her instead to be outside playing with friends and getting lots of fresh air! She said she speaks Spanish, Italian, understands German and is learning Japanese from watching animation! She is the just the sweetest soul on earth and her charming colleague, Mihaela, was a great help to us reserving tickets for us to see Parliament.|
The delightful Lorena above and Mihaela below.