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Travel Blogs from Cluj-Napoca
... br> I must say that in a way, this trip has made me more of a misanthrope than before. I felt like a lot of the people I met were the same, there to have the experience of their lifetime, travelling thousands of miles to do so, but always gravitating towards the cultural imports from the West in their need of reassurance that they are doing something extraordinary, yet comfortable and safe. Pretending to want to get to know "other cultures" because they ...
Got up this morning with the intention of doing the Transfargarasan Highway, it's a military road that runs across the Carpathian Mountains....-
When I left the hotel at 9.30 it was chucking it down, the Transfargarasan can be a bit of an interesting ride in good weather, the road surface is patchy to say the least so I wasn't looking forward to doing it in ...
We stopped for some well needed ice coffees and walked around the city for the evening.
We ate some really good traditional Romanian food. Peter had duck with carmelised red cabbage and Ania ordered chicken with their very popular polenta. You seem to get this a lot with most meals.
All in all very nice city to look at.
... have lived in the area for centuries. Despite borders changing and land being redistributed to different nation-states, the people have remained there. The Church of St. Michael, located in the center of Cluj-Napoca, is a Hungarian creation.
... regime fell and that today they have sixty-four legal rights. They want to achieve integration without assimilation. The party also doesn't exclusively deal with Hungarian rights, but also ethnic rights as a whole. From the introduction we received to the Hungarian minority in Romania throughout our time here, it seems as if they have a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet