Street Gheorghe Doja 231, Tirgu Mures, 540228, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Street Gheorghe Doja 231, Tirgu Mures, is near Danube Valley and Maria Filotti Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Tirgu Mures

    Final Impressions

    A travel blog entry by aszliross on Nov 01, 2013

    1 photo

    ... as cars. There are still traditional methods in use and a growing sense of value in these skills. It is a fantastic place to visit. We should be boarding soon, saying good bye to this marvellous and enchanting place. -Ashley Side note: I don't know where Romanian women change their babies. We didn't see many of them around, so maybe they are just less likely to go out with them? Poor Beckett has been changed on a picnic blanket, park bench, and cold tile ...

    Romanian Reception Preparations and the Big Day!

    A travel blog entry by swdsull on Sep 01, 2013

    3 comments, 62 photos

    ... and congratulate Michael and Randi in person on my way back from such a great trip! I've enclosed some photos of Dennis, Tracey and Erin as we barbecued on Tablerock Beach in OC one beautiful evening. Just like old times, with the dad at the flames with sausages, just as we grew up with our Dad, and the mom with child in hand on a beach chair, as Mom had done so often many moons ago. And the photos turned out great, as we created many beautiful images with glowsticks.

    A Voyage To The Vampiric Lands!

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jun 14, 2012

    10 photos

    ... journeyed back in time to the days of Dracula himself for much of this gothic citadel remained unchanged since those ancient days. My spirits were immediately lifted and I felt a growing excitement for the days ahead.
    We arrived at the guesthouse which was located in the citadel and knocked on the door. After a few moments, the huge wooden door was pushed open by a rotund old fellow who obviously wasn’t expecting visitors. I wondered whether the guesthouse had ...

    Climbing a mountain

    A travel blog entry by grazzaandquinny on Aug 23, 2011

    ... to catch him stretching out his wings while nuzzling my toe. I doubt that many of the locals make it up there often, never mind the tourists, and it's such a shame as I find all nature so much more compelling and beautiful in places then the attractions could ever be. But then maybe it's not a shame, as if everyone did make the effort to climb up to our paradise, it would no longer be a paradise anymore.

    Grazza ...

    "I am a disciple of Jesus Christ...

    A travel blog entry by novington on Oct 10, 2010

    "I am a disciple of Jesus Christ and try each day to discover a little more about what that means. Jesus came to teach us to love, so may I live life with love: giving it, receiving it, and inspiring it. To say that I had this all figured out would be the greatest lie ever, but I hope that in the business that I call my life, I'm open to seeing Truth in my own life as well as in the world." -Karissa Hofer-