Gia Hostel

Libertatii street, #41, Sighisoara, Transylvania, 545400, Romania | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Libertatii street, #41, Sighisoara.
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A step back in time...

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 02, 2014

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... to enjoy. The church at Malancrav is notable because it is one of the few places in the Romania, perhaps the world where the original paintings that decorated the walls have survived. most were painted over as the methods of worship changed from the Catholic and Orthodox to the Evangelical and Protestant. they are amazing and even show a little humour!

Our last stop of the day was perhaps the saddest. The Castle of Bethlen at Cris was owned by the Bethlen family ...

Stairs, scares and Tiger Tooth

A travel blog entry by aszliross on Oct 30, 2013

... the red rooftops and the outline of the old walls-- parts of which are still standing. Along the rails they even have the marked distance to other famous cities: Paris, 1680km. It is tough to get tired of the view, but there are other things to see so we decided to head down ahead of the rest of the group to give Beckett a chance to get out of the carrier and wiggle his legs. Ben had a near miss, slipped on a step, missed five and caught himself before hurting ...

Blood Soup

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 16, 2013

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... I had a delicious sausage dinner with some wine and was soon joined by a personal tour guide named Codran. We talked for a few hours about Romanian history and culture and how he got his job, which I want! After a couple of drinks we played the game of guessing where the tourists were from. He was very good at it, spending his life among them: "Hair product? Italian. Hiking Socks? German.Track Suits? English." It was good to talk with someone besides myself.


Village Visits

A travel blog entry by novington on Sep 08, 2010

Today was more of a work day. I went with Liviu (he is the social worker for the teen program) and Sophie (an American student from Illinois who just graduated high school and is taking a 'gap year' to volunteer somewhere. She will be here for 9 months) to the different villages. Liviu didn't want to intrude since the programs haven't started yet. They start next week.

The first village we went to was mostly a Roma (Gypsy) population. The children here were absolutely beautiful. ...

Désfalva Finally!

A travel blog entry by bkozuma on Aug 21, 2010

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... only had to translate the very little English that was spoken for Ottó Bácsi. Livia was pretty bushed by the end of each day, though.

When the festivities broke up, I’m sure everyone was offered something to eat when they were settled in their host family’s homes, since dinner was a least a few hours past. They have wonderful fruit here too, apples, pears, etc., picked right off the tree, polished/washed a bit, and then eaten. Whew. Big ...