Tuesday, November 23, 2010

conference city Iasi

Recently I attended a conference in Iasi, Romania. I've never been there before, but now I am already planning my return. Thumbs up for the University and the organizers of the conference: it was so rewarding, academically, but also from the point of view of the people met there. Simply great!
One downside could be that I didn't see much from the city. But hey, this is why we are two, so he can go around taking photos while she is playing the intellectual :))...
Nevertheless, I managed to take few pictures, at night, from the hotel window.

That's my world.

15 comments:

  1. This is the time of the year when we start to take dark pictures. And that's nice.

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  2. indeed, and the city looked so nice with all the lights...

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  3. welcome to my city!:)

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  4. I am so upset that the schedule was so tight, that we couldn't meet :((.

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  5. Beautiful! Good luck with getting back there.

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  6. Beautiful My World Tuesday posting

    Have a nice week,
    Greetings, Bram

    Link to My Word Tuesday post!

    Seen on My World Tuesday

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  7. I love the lights. looks like a romantic city.

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  8. Hey Lara:)

    You where in Romania, pity you weren't in my city, we could have met:)

    Thank you for your lovely comments, they really made my day:)

    Lots of hugs,
    xx

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  9. I am hunting for a conference in your side of Romania, too ;). I'd love to meet you, too!

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  10. Beautiful city. Hope you have fun at the city.

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  11. Lovely looking city, Lara! I love the night shot with all the lights! Thanks for sharing your trip with us! Enjoy the rest of your week!!

    Sylvia

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  12. A room with a view ;-)

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  13. Wow, I can't believe you'd never been to Iasi before! I was there in 1996, I guess it's changed a bit since then.

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  14. Beautiful night photo with all those lights Lara! It's a pity that you didn't have more spare time for photographing.

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  15. Jackie, I know, but sometimes it is like this, the locals don't vizit their country :)).
    everybody, thanks for visiting!

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