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This section is courtesy of Ms. Rennon The The seeing see little walks are designed to guide you around the four main areas of Bucharest, pointing out several unique sights. Allow approximately three hours for each walk. Walk 1 North of Center This beautiful walk takes you through the quiet area n orth of the city center.
Cross the square and walk north along tree-lined Soseaua Kiseleff. After passing through Kiseleff Park, stroll northward along the grand old mansions that line the shaded avenue all the way up to the Arch of Triumph Arcul de Triumf. There begins Herestrau Park with its lake, gardens and outdoor restaurants.
You will also pass the entrance to the wonderful open-air Muzeul Satului Village Museum ; take time to stop in and admire the numerous traditional rural architectural styles.
Return to Calea Victoriei and turn left to resume the walk south, stopping in the shops along the way. Turn west right at the corner onto Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta and follow it to Cismigiu Garden, the last stop on this walk.
Stroll around the lake or just relax watching the rowboats.
The boulevard changes names five times, but here you will cover the length of only three of its five sections: General Magheru, Nicolae Balcescu and I. Starting from Piata Romana, you might first walk east on Bulevardul Dacia for a look at some of the embassy mansions; then return to Piata Romana.
Next, head south on Bulevardul General Magheru. The street is filled with clothing stores, sidewalk vendors, pastry shops, cinemas, stationary stores papeterieand crystal shops. On the east side of the Bulevardul Balcescu section you will find the Libraria Noi bookstore which has a good selection of American picture books and English novels.
There are several art galleries along here, including two in the National Theater which is next to the high-rise Intercontinental Hotel.
Behind the hotel are the American Consulate and the American Library. Reaching Piata Universitatii, on the west side of the street you will see Bucharest University and the sidewalk book and flower vendors; sit a moment at the fountain in the adjoining plaza and watch the activity.
The underground subway Metrou concourse has shops, newsstands with American magazines, and several fast food eateries, including a pastry shop and pizzeria. This underground passage is the easiest place to cross the boulevards, rather than deal with street traffic.
South of Piata Universitatii the street name changes to Bulevardul I. Farther down, across the boulevard will be Sfantul Gheorghe cel Nou Church, built in The eastern end of Strada Lipscani meets the boulevard on the west side.
Continuing south, you will end this walk at Piata Unirii where you will find department stores, a large grassy square with park benches to rest on and its enormous complex of fountains.
Be extra alert here, as you will do some backtracking. Walk south on Calea Victoriei, along the east side of the street. Follow its U-shape back to Calea Victoriei and walk south a block, to the beginning of Strada Lipscani. Stroll Strada Lipscani to see the vendors and shops, then return to Calea Victoriei.
Farther down the street is the tiny Biserica Stavropoleos churchbuilt in Just across the road is the former caravansary Hanul lui Manuc, now a restaurant and inn currently closed for renovations. Go inside the courtyard for a look at its timbered design, or stop there for some food and drink.
From this point, take the narrow side street south to exit the neighborhood at the Dambovita River. Across the river you will see the year-old Palace of Justice. Cross the boulevard to reach the broad, green Piata Unirii.
Here you can rest while watching the fountains and the people. When you reach the building, turn right, and walk north, back to the river. Cross the Dambovita again at the Izvor Bridge.
To end this walk continue east on Bulevardul Elisabeta to Calea Victoriei; or go a little farther toward Piata Universitatii and its subway Metrou station.Groundhog Day. Tuesday, 2nd February by Alex Turnbull. Today is Groundhog Day, a North American festival which reckons that “if a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day and fails to see its shadow because the weather is cloudy, winter will soon end.
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We have reviews of the best places to see in Little Rock. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. Sep 26, · Upon seeing her name on my high school English book, I decided to give her story, The Seeing See Little, a read.
Recently I was visited by a good friend who had just returned from a long walk in the woods, and I asked her what she had observed.