Casa del Sole
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa del Sole Timisoara
Wonderful little oasis of calm hidden behind a quite unprepossessing exterior. Nice rooms, good facilities and excellent food. Breakfast OK with good coffee. Nice pool and courtyard area. If travelling by bike, ask to leave it inside the gates.
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... train woes should be over in 20 mins, we are getting a new locomotive. So the second half of the week was spent at the Schengyi baths, in Szentendre and sampling the local beverages. The baths are one of many public thermal baths in Budapest. They have pools ranging from 20 degrees to 38 degrees, and saunas ranging from 50 to 100 degrees celsius. Our favourite characters being the old Hungarian men sitting in the shallow end playing chess, and a lady falling ...
... Romania and in less than two weeks the government was deposed.
Unfortunately my train from Suceuva is late- surprising I know and I arrive late into the evening. I already have prebooked transporation onward at 6 am so I have little time to explore. Plus after 14+ hours on a train with no fan or AC in over 40 degree heat ...
... a train ticket to Budapest. Later we all hung out and talked. 11 Spanish guys showed up to the hostel and tried to get us to go out clubbing. The 3 of us decided to go to a bar and have a drink while talking. I split this guy's drink on his lap. I felt like such a ****. The Australian I found out later was only 18. She was one of the most mature people I have ever met. I heard her story of traveling to Mongolia and staying there for a ...
... street art which kept me entertained. I was keen to rent a bike since this is one of the few places where traffic is quiet enough for me to navigate safely, but couldn't actually find a place. Better luck next time.
One weird thing I noticed was in the Children's Park, where yes, I did want to climb the jungle gym. In the bathrooms, the urinals are next to an open window, which in turn is next to the swings and slides. There is a full view for everyone. ...
... was key.
I'm currently in Timisoara, a rather pretty town not too far from the Serbian-Romanian border. We took an early train from Belgrade to Vrsac, then another from Vrsac to here. The five hour journey cost seven euro. That's kind of ridiculous, though no more ridiculous than the 90 euro cent gourmet pancakes we had during the layover. Again, I kind of feel guilty for spending so little.
Timisoara is a nice ...