Address: 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

    The final week at SMURD Hospital.. :-(

    A travel blog entry by irenea888 on Nov 24, 2014

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    ... to the ones that like and appreciate the help. If you can see a nurse is busy and looking frustrated, don't take it personally if they seem blunt with you just let them be and just let them know you are there if they need help. It's a good idea to learn some Romanian and if you can Hungarian also. Start by learning words like Thank You, hello, goodbye, and how to count to 10 and as you go on you will learn how to ask if they are in pain, don't move (for putting on an ECG) ...

    And the real fun begins.... Week 1

    A travel blog entry by irenea888 on Nov 21, 2014

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    ... slightly pink almost immediately. The patient was then intubated and a nasogastric tube was inserted and again kept for monitoring. Alice was placed in the urgent department for the day and did lots of IVs and also learned to put on a 12 lead ECG. Freda was put in a red uniform and got to go out on a job with the ambulance, and Tuyen was in triage taking blood pressures and checking blood glucose levels. Was an absolutely amazing day for all of us and couldn't believe how much ...


    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Nov 20, 2014

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    ... has more inhabitants that people currently living in Vienna. The Cemetery was opened 1870 and has some very famous inhabitants, especially in the field of Music – Beethoven, Brahms, Johann Strauss (Father) and Johann Strauss (Son), Franz Schubert, C W Gluck, Antonio Salieri, as well as a memorial to Mozart. We thought it was rather funny that, in death, Salieri was deemed to be a “nobody” – his grave isn’t with the rest of ...

    Final Impressions

    A travel blog entry by aszliross on Nov 01, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    A Voyage To The Vampiric Lands!

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

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    ... the first station I came to the realisation that this particular journey wouldn’t be straight forward. The station was incredibly busy and there appeared to be no indication of where any of the trains were going. Unfortunately for Anna and I this was to turn into yet another huge drama for our connection was departing in five minutes and we had no idea which train it was.
    Seeking guidance we asked one of the train conductors if he could point us in the right ...