A few days ago, we went to the heaviest building in the world. It was giant! Although we couldn’t take a tour, because they already filled all the spots, we did go to the museum on the bottom floor. Although, for the heaviest building in the world, that museum seemed like the smallest museum in the world. The building is Bucharest’s Palace of Parliament. It was built by this guy who basically starved his people to build it.
We also went to a park across the street, and it was giant too. All around it was just regular playground equipment, but in the middle, it was like a castle. There was this seesaw thing. It was like a curved seesaw, and you stood on it, and just went up and down, up and down, up and down. It was really fun.
We ate at a place called Haute Pepper. I had the schnitzel. And my dad had gnocchi. Eli had duck and Darren had a hamburger. We also had wild berry lemonade. It was delicious. I’ve never had schnitzel before. It’s basically chicken, deep-fried and covered in seeds. It wasn’t my favorite thing in the world, but it was good. It was very cold, in the shade. But, they had blankets that we borrowed to keep warm.