Monday, 1 August 2011

Day 6 in Romania: walking around Bucharest

Day 5 in Romania

Since it's Monday, most museums and tourist attractions are closed. I went to see Bucharest University near Piata Universitatii, which is the only place that has clean, free toilets. Very nice toilets. And a tourist information centre with maps and people who speak English. Both places are at the underground.

Bucharest University has lots of graffiti on the walls and outside are tons of booksellers as well as lots of construction. I also saw someone very drugged on glue. Never seen that before.

I saw the History Museum, it was closed though. The Coltea Hospital is close by. It's a nice red and white building, but you have to look carefully to see the sign that says "Coltea Hospital". I also found St Nicolas' Russian Church which is supposed to be similar to the Arkangelsk Cathedral in Moscow.

My lawyer's wife went to the registry today, but they closed at 1pm, even though the info on their website says they're open until 5pm. We're going to try again on Wednesday.

Be sure to read about what has happened so far. You can find everything in the quick summary of dates.

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