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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 ...
Happy New Years everyone! I hope your celebrations were as memorable as mine were! Yesterday we spent the morning planning out our trip in Rome. After that we walked to the old town which was a half hour walk. We wanted to see the First Romanian School but as it was New Years Eve, it was closed. It was alright though because we walked around and had a look anyway. When we got home, Char made her amazing ...
... them. And she’s right. She also said that the dogs need more help. She’s also right. So it was lovely to be do even a little bit to help (and then went and found their website and made a donation to them as well – I’m not sure how much my help would convert to an actual dollar amount but it was sure nice to be able to get my hands dirty and feel like I was contributing something more than just a credit card).
... that he would take me on a tour through the Romanian countryside the next day (for a small fee, of course). I figured this could go in two ways – awkward, since it would just be me, all alone, a little personal tour, or amazing, since it would be just me, all alone, a little personal tour. So I said my goodnights and slept blissfully.
I met Gabriel the next day, wide awake and ready for an adventure. And adventure it was! He loved ...
... in the present day and see the history in that little park. Later that same day, I came across two other monuments dedicated to the victims of Communism.
I was to have many discussions with several people regarding this topic. I saw evidence every day in both Hungary and Romania of the residual effect of communism. My friends constantly told me how they were unaffected by communism as they were around 10 when it all ended. And yet ...