Germisara Hotel Resort & Spa

Address: Str Germisara 1B, Hunedoara, Transylvania, 335450, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Str Germisara 1B, Hunedoara.
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        Travel Blogs from Hunedoara

        A smaller town further east

        A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 21, 2013

        2 comments, 12 photos

        Moving slowly east - 170km. However, it took 4 hours on a slow train. Not sure why they are so slow here but think it may have something to do with the state of the lines, carriages and trains!!!! It was a good relaxing ride though and saw a bit of the countryside.
        Lots of cropping. Large tracts of sunflower fields - all in full bloom so was pretty. But also corn, barley and I think dwarf beans. It put ...

        Zamek w Hunedoarze

        A travel blog entry by monikak on Jul 26, 2011

        8 photos

        Hunedoara - górniczo - hutnicze miasteczko z bardzo dobrze zachowanym XV wiecznym zamkiem (wcześniej twierdza, która została w XV w. przebudowana w zamek), który jest główną i właściwie jedyną atrakcją miasta. Zamek przywodzi na myśl bajki o ...

        Social Context of Education in Romania

        A travel blog entry by twoteachers on Sep 21, 2010

        8 photos

        ... in these Roma families. Their culture and lifestyle is in stark contrast to the average European’s.

        The Roma also have a reputation for begging and stealing. In Hungary, and estimated 33% of produce is stolen from the farms by Roma individuals and families and sold at the market. They cannot be punished, however, because this type of theft is considered a “survival crime” and therefore there ...

        A more positive outlook...

        A travel blog entry by twoteachers on Sep 20, 2010

        I was wrong. I got to meet the girl who will be replacing me in the kindergarten. We sat down for about an hour and I told her about the routine I developed for the class. She even wrote the score for the afternoon song that we sing each day. It makes me so happy to know that she will try to continue and build upon the work that I have done. I am so happy! ...


        A travel blog entry by twoteachers on Sep 19, 2010

        1 photo

        ... I think they basically just expected me to babysit and not develop a curriculum and routines.

        There is a little boy in the preschool, who gets picked up at 6:30 each day by his grandfather. This little boy brings me flowers each day. I’ve gotten roses, daisies, and yesterday, I got some fresh basil. In my two years as a teacher, with the exception of a Valentine’s Day carnation, I have never gotten any flowers. It makes me feel ...