We started out the day with food...Lunch to be exact, since we slept in until about noon.
Each restaurant does their lemonade differently, but each is perfectly a real lemonade.
None of that CountryHome or CountryTime or whatever it is junk. The citric acid in that stuff makes me feel sick. Good on the tongue, blah in the body.
Anyway, I had Porc Cu Fassole,
Literally translated Pork with beans.
It was delicious. We normally have it like a soup, but in Romania Porc cu Fassole is not even a stew. It's more like porc with a mashed bean side.
The pickled peppers, olives, and tomatoes were the best.
Afterwards we visited a really big mall, about as big as the Chicago Ohare airport.
It is one of the largest malls...maybe not in Europe, I've forgotten, but it was huge. And on the...ith floor are all of the food courts.
We were fattened once again on something made with real creme. Delicious....
We did a little shopping and I didn't find much that I wanted.
I did walk away with two onyx soup bowls.... very beautiful.
This is something new we noticed in Europe.
Parking spots just for pregnant and nursing mothers. How nice.
Makes me kind of like Europe.
My brother had every right to be bored, poor lad. No one his age. No one his language. :D
Brother Alin took us to a nice restaurant after service. We later found out that Brother Joseph had told Brother Alin to take us to the nicest restaurant he could find and treat his friends.
It was pretty fancy stuff.
My order isn't pictured. I almost got what is pictured below, but instead got chicken breast stuffed with Eucalyptus and mint leaves. I did not know eucalyptus was edible.