VIlla Santa Maria
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So after 4 days in Hungary we headed to Romania via Debrecen
where we needed to change money and get fuel and some gas for our cooking. The
easy part was fuel and money change the gas part was difficult until we came
upon an out of the way place called Dorcus Camping which runs a camp site 12 km
out of town where they also look after poor children from broken families.
Anyway they thought we look like we needed help and they rang a chap who
appeared some ...
Holy fire and brimstone! I made it almost to the bus station when it just poured. I ran across this intersection where the wind was pushing the rain and me. My entire lower left side was soaked. Eventually the right lower part of my body became wet. I looked like a soaked rat when I arrived at the train station. Luckily I have extra clothing so I ...
... 1/3 of a mile to the museum which is fine. The museum was really worth it. Romania is so beautiful. I had soup and a gyro for lunch. The soup was awesome. The gyro wasn't what I was used to. It was fries, chicken, and sauce. Carolyn said that was normal for Greece unless you had take out. I always had mine with pita and vegetables. So that was new for me. I was disappointed especially bc the the tzatziki sauce was yogurt and ...
... at the hostel. He and a friend wanted directions to go eat somewhere bc all the suggestions their hostel person gave them were closed. So I joined them for dinner. It was fun. I came back to the hostel by myself and met some Romanians and Moldovans. They were really cool. We stayed up and talked for a long time. Tomorrow I'm going to an open air museum. Hopefully the weather is ...
... of it. We were completely stopped and turned off the car just like many others. It was pouring rain, so we decided to stay in the car, although with the language barrier, I'm sure we wouldn't have learned much if we tried to ask someone what the hold up was. Even once traffic started moving again we never saw anything that would have told us what had held us up. Nevertheless, we were extremely grateful for the easy ride back once we were moving ...