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Smashing Stereotypes in Bucharest

Smashing Stereotypes in Bucharest

Bucharest is one of those cities that rarely ever seems to get any good press, from violent street demonstrations to extreme poverty and squalor, but after spending nearly a month there, to paraphrase the late great Mark Twain, ‘reports of Bucharest’s death are greatly exaggerated. First off, I was in Bucharest during the summer, with near wondrous sunshine every day, and highs of 30 degrees. I have a feeling if I went during the depths of winter, this post may be slightly different. I…

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