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I definitely recommend this place to others! If staying in the dorm, it's easy to meet other travellers. Good food at the restaurant too.
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The first thing I did today was walk back to the train station to buy my ticket to Budapest in advance - 183 lei (£32). Best to sort this out in advance rather than just turning up on the day and a taking a chance on there being a spare seat.
After that I did more exploring, going up the 13th-century Clock Tower first and taking photos …
I'm typing this in the restaurant attached to my hostel, as there's no wifi connection in my dorm. I've just had dinner at another restaurant - I had a traditional Romanian dish of cornmeal mush with cheese and sour cream (much tastier than it sounds).
If my return to the hostel last night in Bucharest was the most physically exhausted I …
We arrived via our free minibus and climbed up the steps to get into the walls of the citadel. This place was SUPER small—it took us about 3 minutes to walk from one side to the other to find our hostel. The lady didn't speak a word of English and just responded to all of our questions with the word "no." So we quickly figured out that she would be less than helpful in figuring out how to get to ...
... in the village are Evangelical with 60 over the age of 70 and this church is high up on a hill.
Lunch was in a farmhouse in the village of Malancrav where we enjoyed traditional organic Romanian dishes, schnapps, homemade white wine, soup, chicken casserole, polenta with home made sausage and a special cake. After consuming the above as well as beer, Heather was convinced she could see a rabbit at the back fence, Al agreed but a ...
Elenka and I had just spent ten days in Brusno, Slovakia with the relatives. After tears and kisses goodbye, cousin Mana dropped us off at the train station in Zvolen, about 20 kilometres south. From there we eventually made it to Budapest, where we climbed aboard an east-bound night-train bound for Romania. Elenka took one look at our four cabin-mates with their chock-a-block luggage and ...