This caught my eye today, sitting outside the office for a break. I was amazed to see that the happy-no-worry-kid was riding a beautifully designed bike :) I’d sure love to see more smart design like this in Bucharest every day.
Because the Rock’n Coke festival will be held on the Lacul Morii Island (Mill’s Lake Island), I took my bike today to go and have a look. Well, it’s a small island, so I wonder how they’ll organize everything. Maybe they’ll use the nearby field as well, since the island itself is just too small.
Another problem is that people do drink at these events, right ? I wonder if they’ll bring David Hasselhoff to pick up winos/beeros from the water :P
I love those hills that spread through all Transilvanian landscape. If I miss something from my time living in Cluj it’s definitely the ability to look almost anywhere at the city’s skyline and see the surrounding hills, knowing that at anytime I can get my bike and go riding through the forests and bumpy roads. Nowadays Bucharest’s urban jungle will have to do…
In the meanwhile, Cluj is changing (finally, after 12 years of beeing held back by its previous mayor Funar). The center of the city is mostly ditches, but by the autumn it will have a completly new Eroilor Street. The left side in this following picture will be a huge sidewalk, with statues, fountains and (I hope) lots of trees.
It says: “Moon land for sale”
Seen in Tineretului, Bucharest. A friend told me this car is moving from place to place in the city. Great advertising, right ? :P Also very nice comparison with my previous post ;)
Always loved this kind of inspiration that you stumble upon in every day life, especially typos.
Left Cluj in april this year.
I have lived there for almost 5 years.
Lots of memories…
If only Bucharest had a hill like this one. I know there’s MNAC, but it’s not even close..