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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... taken advantage of. Victoria is worried today that she will have to hang out with us guys all day and cramp our style because she wants to do washing but the girls are planning on leaving too early for her to get it done. I tell her that everyone likes her so it wont matter, but she finds a group of girls to hang out with, she's super excited. We have plans to go see Frank who happens to be in town. Paul, Wasp, Ganzer, Jack and I head off. It's a long walk we get a ...
... felt sorry it didn't have the lavish attention it deserves. For now it's quiet and dark, almost eerie because it looks so pretty in the shadows. There are no signs, no tour guides, no gift shop, no indication at all that this astonishingly beautiful place is here.
We were awake again early as usual and were in the restaurant for breakfast at 0700 and checked out by 0730, ready for a day of hard work in the apartment. I had planned on us finishing painting the lounge but was secretly hoping that we would be done completely by the end of the day. Our trusty neighbor was getting ready for his day finishing off his front door as we arrived, but luckily he was not in a drinking mood that early in the morning, so after a ...
... 0400 for my 0440 stop, and I was waiting at the door when the train stopped, luckily the conductor was there as even though we stopped bang on time, we were still two stations away from Budapest's Keleti station. Thankfully I asked :) otherwise I would be stuck 1:30 out of Budapest, so what to do? Dinning car and a beer ...
... Cluj-Napoca is quite green and full of hills. We passed by some run down towns (some had a bunch of chairs amidst a field of tall grass – I assumed that to be the old station).
We found a cheap hotel to stay near the train station since we are only staying a couple nights before moving on to Bucharest. I’m restless to go walking and exploring tomorrow after having sat on a train for 8-9 hours.
- Ryan L.