HOTEL PRESIDENT TG MURES
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... his chances of making it out of the hospital alive were very slim. As much as they wanted to care for these patients, patients like this can be there for months, taking up a bed which they don't have many of which unfortunately takes away a bed for patients that actually have a chance of surviving, and at the same time costing them a lot of money. This is one of the many difficulties they face. We left the hospital early this evening as we planned to go out for drinks. We went ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
We drove through and stopped and walked all around the town of Sighisoara.
It is located on the Tarnava River in Mures county, in Transylvania.
It is basically a small medieval fortified city. It is very pretty.
is a house here, not a castle, that Vlad the impaler used to live. We
walked up a massive old staircase (176 stairs if we remember correctly)
that is covered with wood so it ...
Each village has at least one church with a spire, the largest building, while some have several, with the smaller ones away from the centre generally newer looking, but not as picturesque.
Each house is quite narrow, but runs a long way back from the street, with gardens behind, stretching to the train line one way, and up into the ploughed fields the other.
The country looks quite fertile, and almost all reasonably level ground ...