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Address: B-dul 1 Decembrie 1918, nr. 250, Tirgu Mures, 540630, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on B-dul 1 Decembrie 1918, nr. 250, Tirgu Mures, is near Danube Valley and Maria Filotti Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Tirgu Mures

    The final week at SMURD Hospital.. :-(

    A travel blog entry by irenea888 on Nov 24, 2014

    73 photos

    ... hospital we met with Attila and we were taken to the student simulation centre and definitely worth having a look at and having a play. The centre was set out with a few rooms. One room had an ambulance that you could walk into and had all the equipment you would use. Just behind it was a car, and in front of it he had put a dummy exactly like the ones we use at uni ready for our scenario. In another room there was a resusc room with all the equipment and looked identical to ...

    And the real fun begins.... Week 1

    A travel blog entry by irenea888 on Nov 21, 2014

    21 photos

    ... The nurses treated this patient without guidance from a doctor and did an absolutely amazing job of stabilising him. Shortly afterwards, a man who was in urgent care went into cardiac arrest and was taken straight to us. Freda, Alice and Myself assisted with compressions (CPR), while the nurses administered adrenaline and fluids. After 15 minutes, the patients pulse returned which was an amazing thing to see happen and you could see the patients color coming back from ...

    Final Impressions

    A travel blog entry by aszliross on Nov 01, 2013

    1 photo

    ... how much being a transition territory between west and east played a role in both their histories, outlooks and development over time. Much as I felt about Poland in 2005, Romania is a country rapidly changing, responding to the pull of westernization and commercialization as prescribed by the media. I imagine it won't be the same place to visit in a decade or so... And yet, so many things remain static and traditional. In the villages we saw as many horse and carts used ...

    Gypsies, Forests, and Vampire Legends

    A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 30, 2013

    1 comment, 92 photos

    ... partly inspired Bram Stoker's character "Dracula." Of course, to the Romanians, Vlad the Impaler, as his name translates to in English, was something of a hero, although he dealt severely with his enemies, and as his name implies and as the all-knowing Wikipedia concurs, had a gory fetish associated with watching their bodies slowly slide down the enormous stakes in the ground upon which he skewered them. Chills run through the body when considering this, and even though ...

    Sighhisoara and the Saxon Fortified Churches

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 25, 2012

    3 comments, 95 photos

    ... and pay tax on, so they now have the small car. The road to their village is one of the few unpaved roads, but we arrive to the smell of fresh tar, to find the road into the village is freshly tarred, as is a footpath to the home of someone influential. There is a major community altercation going on on the new road. Looks like a village kid and something (a car??) have come together on the new tar, and the kid has a broken arm. We steer clear of the commotion, and ...