Chemistry in Bucharest

RO: Tadaaaaa, intai de toate, va spunem rapid ca tocmai ce s-a lansat colectia de vara la Chemistry πŸ™‚ Si-avem rochii de matase, din niste materiale dementiale, vaporoase si racoroase, culoare, volanase pe ici pe colo si croielile perfecteeeee, pur si simplu perfecte cu care ne-am obisnuit! Asa ca daca tot aveam un weekend liber si n-am mai plecat niciunde, ne-am inceput ziua cu o vizita scurta in showroom-ul Verei, am ales minunea aceasta de rochie si-am luat-o la pas prin Bucuresti πŸ™‚ Si cum parca ne cam saturasem de locurile arhi-cunoscute ale orasului, ne-am facut ditamai lista cu stradute sarmante si mai putin umblate, locuri noi si cladiri istorice, pe care urmeaza sa le descoperim rand pe rand de-acum incolo πŸ™‚ Le multumim Anei si lui Andrei pentru toate ponturile, ca doar sunt niste adevarate enciclopedii in ale Bucurestiului πŸ˜› Si-n topul listei stau stradutele din preajma Dealului Mitropoliei (sau al Patriarhiei) si zona dintre bulevardul Kiseleff si Aviatorilor – cel putin pentru saptamana aceasta. Nu de alta, dar am dat de cateva case din barne de lemn de zici c-am dat fix in Timber Frame Road in Germania! Lasam pentru saptamanile urmatoare strazile in trepte din Cotroceni, zona de case din preajma Cismigiului ori Castelul Tepes din Parcul Carol care se deschide publicului doar de doua ori pe an (si taman ce l-am ratat acum, la Noaptea Muzeelor de ieri).

EN: Tadaaaa, before all, we’ll tell you that the new Chemistry summer collection was just launched πŸ™‚ And we have silk dresses, made of those gorgeous and perfect fabrics that we got used to! So if we had a free weekend, with no other trips planned, we started the day with a short visit at Vera’s showroom, have chosen this beautiful dress and started wandering around Bucharest πŸ™‚ And we started a list of charming streets, new places and historical buildings and we are planning to discovered them all πŸ™‚ We thank Ana and Andrei for that, as they seem to be walking encyclopediasΒ when it comes to Bucharest πŸ˜› And on top of the list we have the streets around the Mitropoly Hill and the area between the Kiseleff and Aviatorilor Avenues – at least for this week. We found some timber frame houses that look exactly like the ones from the German Timber Frame Road! And for the next weeks we’re planning to visit the stair streets from Cotroceni, the house area around Cismigiu Park or the Tepes Castle from Carol Park which is only open to public two times per year (and we just missed it now, at the Night of the Museum from yesterday).Β 

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  1. Foarte faina rochia :). Vad ca ati fost si pe straduta aceea in trepte ce coboara din Dealul Mitropoliei :), mi-am dat seama dupa fata Margaretei Paslaru.

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