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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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Tuesday 8th July 2014
*We would have liked to stay longer in Erdobenye.
*We drive 150 km along a mainly rural route towards the Romanian border. We pass through villages where there are stork nests on the top of every lamp post. Curiously some nests have just 1 adult standing guard whilst others have 4 or 5 clambering for space. Must google why!
... of stuff to do in the city, but we plan to focus on the free activities since we only have one full day here. We leave for Bulgaria the day after tomorrow.
The train ride from Cluj to Bucharest was about 10 hours long and we didn't realize that the window was unlocked until the last part of the trip. We had our own compartment but it started to get super hot. The embarrassing part was that the window was a pull down and we thought it ...
... check out the Botanical gardens and do a Dungeon escape activity, but both were cash only. I tried to get as good of a look at the gardens from outside of the fence, and then decided to head back.
The dungeon escape activity required a reservation. The activity is basically to (try to) escape a dungeon for an hour after being locked in. They blocked the afternoon’s reservations and the only ones that were available were later in the evening. ...
Sunday 30th - up at 4:30am which was really 3:30 as daylight savings has started here. We arrived at the train station early and easily found our train and no sign of dodgy people offering help for money this time. We found our seats, much nicer than the last train, in a 6 seater cabin. A Romanian guy a year older than us was in our carriage, turns out he speaks excellent English and has hardly used it in the last year and a half. Chatting with him made the journey ...
... yet forgetting that this entails being able to see past your acquired value system, while at the same time keeping in mind that some things are wrong and evil no matter where they happen, and that you can't just write them off as being "part of the culture here". I remember meeting a girl in Chiang Mai, towards the end of my trip, whom I bonded with because of our weariness with this side of travelling: "same stupid boys and girls, same ...