File 248 – Bucharest, Romania – Clothes for winter holidays

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42 thoughts on “File 248 – Bucharest, Romania – Clothes for winter holidays

    • Hello Rebecca! As you can see, the city authorities decorated streets, in spectacularly way. But the most important decorations missing … snow! It seems that God did not want to party with us, in winter holidays! I want you to have a happy new year and good luck for spectacular photographs! Even though we do not communicate very often (the reason is that I do not know English well; I’ve never learned this language in organized way and everything I know is from movies and Google Translate), you know that I follow with interest your blog! Sony DSC-HX400, it is a device that I use and I love it and of course I have curiosity to see what you can do with this device. Another reason of sympathy for your blog is that you live in Tennessee … for me, Tennessee, mean Nashville and mean country music! I love country music! One of the most pleasant associations in the world is country music with … Jack Daniel’s! πŸ˜€

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      • You have a beautiful set of photos here. It looks very cheerful, even without the snow. πŸ™‚ Happy New Year to you also! I’m looking forward to seeing more of your wonderful photos in this coming New Year.

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    • Mister Rob, unfortunately Bucharest is not a tourist town! When you were here, I think you not had a very pleasant experiences, compared to other classics destinations of Europe. In this part of Europe, history was rough and left its scars, in society, in culture, in art and implicit in architecture. The city’s infrastructure is not advantageous for tourism. The city has a certain beauty, but it is hidden and you must know very well the city to discover it. But as divine compensation, it says that Bucharest has the most beautiful women from Europe! πŸ˜€

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      • Agreed on all counts as it happens. We were over earlier this year on a whistle-stop and it’s a beautiful place. But the contrast of wealth and poverty is all too apparent and I feel, rather sad. The old town has a remarkable charm for sure but the past regime has certainly left it’s indelible mark. Fair to say.. I love the place.

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    • Am intarziat … putin (mai mult)! Cred ca am asteptat sa vad daca anul este bun sau nu!? πŸ˜€
      Scuze … si sper sa ma revansez cu imagini care sa te incante, in acest an!

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    • Hello Jamie! Unfortunately, I have to disappoint you! Bucharest is not a tourist town. It is a city where history has made deep scars, in terms of social, economic cultural and architectural. The city’s infrastructure is not developed for tourism, as in other traditional tourist destinations from Europe! Beyond its history, Bucharest impresses with amazing contrasts! It is the only European capital, where you have the chance to see on the same road, a cart horse and a Ferrari! The city has a hidden beauty, which you can discover only if you know the city very well. Certainly, Bucharest is a city that will leave you very strong impressions, but not all will be pleasant! If you visit the city sometime, maybe you tell me if I was right, or not!?

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  1. Wow, I love all of these shots because the lighting and contrast makes each scene dramatic. Your first one is my favorite because it is a blend of beautiful Bucharest and beautiful China (Huawei) πŸ™‚
    Cheers to a great 2017 ahead!

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    • Thanks Miriam! If I repeated a now these pictures, there would be a single color; white! Meanwhile came the harsh winter, with snow blizzard and temperatures of -22 degrees. Soon it will be warmer for me, because it will start the Australian Open in Melbourne (16–29 January), and I have great emotions for Simona Halep (and for Darren Cahill)! πŸ˜€

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      • I love sports, Miriam! I admire Simona Halep, because it is the best sport girl from Romania at this time. It is a little girl who managed to make his clean career in a world full of steroids and another chemicals (see the case Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova)!
        Emotions will keep me warm! πŸ˜€

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