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Wow New Years in Romania! We spent the 31st at home resting up and then went out in the afternoon for a couple of hours before going home for dinner and then back out to town at 11pm! We headed down to main square wrapped up in so many warm clothes- it was about -19 degrees, but we were nice and warm! In town they had a concert set up with people singing and everywhere people were dancing and ...
... then went and got an amazing lunch from a German cafe - I had pizza bread and a muffin. We then walked to the train station when it was -11 degrees. It's a long story as to why we did this in the first place but it ended up taking us and hour each way which was not ideal in the cold. I ended up completely numb. At the train station we quickly realised the reason as to why we were told to stay away from it. Around the corner were ...
Towards the end of the tour, we walked through an interesting looking food market celebrating Romanian food, so after the tour finished, I went to check it out. I grabbed a beer from one of the stands and took a wander to take it all in. There were huge barbecues, covered in every meat imaginable, huge pots of stews and soups simmering away over open fires and more charcuterie, cheese and bread than it is possible ...
... times, and though it is not the nicest vehicle, it works. He told me it was quite cheap since the communists provided low quality but still functioning cars for everyone. He also talked about how poverty was so high in Romania and compared it with the communist regime. There was no poverty then, so he said. Everyone got a home in a bloc building. Everyone. Then the government would take out a bit of the paycheck to pay for the home. He said they ...
... window. It seemed as though all Romanians, or at least those in Brasov, ate a pastry for breakfast. Bread was not anything special, like it was in Hungary, but the pastries were unbelievable in both variety and taste.
I had discovered that the McDonald's on the Republic Street was a great hot spot for checking my messages. I was able to keep up with messages really well in Brasov because I was never far from the Internet. Facebook had become ...