Wellness Hotel Gyula
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I'm writing to you from the comfort of a rather empty second class train carriage travelling from Budapest, Hungary to Brasov, Romania. It's a little warm in here, but its raining outside, so once we get moving again it will cool down. Bridge has taken up residence at a set of four chairs behind us, and seems to need to test all four chairs and the table between them to find a comfortable position. I'm writing this and trying the hot shoe shuffle at each stop to ...
So I left Vienna to come to Romania to visit my friends Giammarco and Lily. To come to Arad, Romania, you have to take a train to Budapest from Vienna, and change trains in Budapest in direction Timisoara. Hungary is to the east of Austria, and Romania is to the east of Hungary so you need to cross the whole country from west to east to get to Romania. Arad is before Timisoara, both of them cities close to the western border with Hungary, and former ...
... The morning always begins with a discussion of where the coffee and pastry stop will be and the local merchants are usually happy to accommodate, even if a bit overwhelmed by a troupe of sweaty people in funny clothes pointing and gesturing w/ a handful of the local currency. And there's always a post-lunch stop for gelato (I won't mention who holds the record for 6 scoops!) ...
... at fountains along the road or in the mountains. b) the wells you see in use are so well maintained and protected, that in the end we did drink water fom it sometimes. Normally they have covers and roofs, the buckets are shining new, and people get old with it anyway. Of course you have to take a well that is in use and not one of the many that are left to fall apart.
(The only time we drank infected water was in Turkey. Then it came from ...
... Kitty, kitty, kitty!
-W Niemczech wolamy: Katze, katze, katze!
-W Turcji wolamy: Psst, psst, psst!
-Na Wegrzech wolamy: Tic, tic, tic!
A kot i tak nie przychodzi. :)
Leaving Serbia wasn't difficult at all – I got help from my Subotica’s host, he brought me straight to the border with Hungary. I crossed it, put my stuff 20m behind the customs office and launched my charm. :)
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