Un articol de foarte bine despre Bucuresti, cum nu foarte des ne e dat sa intalnim (si nu degeaba).
Un vizitator entuziast al Romaniei, usor impresionabil (de data asta in favoarea noastra) e posibil sa fi fost putin subiectiv, in poveste apare si o romanca :)
There are also vampires, of course. The stories can be traced back to some rituals that are still going on. Would you believe there are people that even today will take a wooden stick and ram it through a dead corpses chest? I wouldn’t either. But then again, it’s probably true. There are places that will look very spooky if you take a picture. You might hear strange sounds and see weird things.http://hashconspiracy.tumblr.com/post/21139571079/romania-a-surprise
But also you might just have a brilliantly good time. Trust me. Go to Romania, make the conscious decision to mingle and indulge in local life, and you’ll see for yourself. You might also have a hard time to find another tourist. At least in Bucharest there don’t seem to be that many. At least around this time of year.
Go, come back, and tell your friends.
I like to summarize my trips in one or two sentences. This is what I came up with for Romania:
If Germany is Europe’s high-tech factory and France is Europe’s kitchen, then perhaps Austria is Europe’s ski-resort and England is where Europe’s humor comes from.
But Romania is Europe’s heart. And it’s beating wildly