Hell highway to paradise

We left Busteni in the morning to go and check out the new Transbucegi.
This is a road that begins from DN71, which makes the connection between Sinaia and Targoviste, but our destination was “Babele” and Bucegi plateau.
I was a little bit scared couse we were driving on a one lane road with a big depth on the left side, but we managed to get safe to the Bucegi plateau. We left the car there and went hiking about an hour, till the top of the mountain to see “babele”. It was exausting for me, beeing a smoker and having some plus weight, but I survived, haha.

Tip: on this kind of experience you should wear mountain gear…don’t be trendy like me :)) .

Here are some photos from the trip, enjoy!

 

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A DAY OF CULTURE: PART 2: THE VILLAGE MUSEUM

“The Village Museum is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the Herastrau Park, showcasing traditional Romanian village life. The museum contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania.”

Sunday i went to see it for the first time.

I think that any “BucharestER” should visit this museum( I “waited” 24 years). But i’m happy i saw it now because in the past i wasn’t ready to enjoy the simple things.

The houses there, were beautiful, you will laught but i want one like that in a quiet mountain village, the yards were amazing and the gates were craved or worked up in the smallest detail.

If you find a way to Bucharest, visit The Village Museum !

 

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