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... Hungarians whom we assume are having a deep and meaningful about whether or not the EEC should self implode and sit in what seems like a giant cup of tea. Interestingly the water was very soft and felt quite good, google to the rescue told us our tea coloured water was an ancient sea water and largely iodine soaked. After aclimitation period we headed to the next pond which was hotter and cooked ourselves ...
... of cafes and bars. I spent a while in one restaurant having a lazy lunch and even treated myself to dessert. Because you know, I never do that.
(That was sarcasm, by the way.)
I might have spent more time out if the weather had been better. There were showers throughout the day, the kind where you just wait 10 minutes for them to stop. It reminded me of home, as did the suburban area where my accommodation ...
... the afternoon trains. I had about a three hour stop in Club Napoca, so I decided to walk into the Old Town area for a late breakfast. It didn't look too far on the map. No more than 15 minute idle stroll.
I forgot of course to factor in the scorching sun and large pack on my back. By the time I found a cafe still serving breakfast (which was only after a bit of backtracking and a few wrong turns), i was a sweating ...
... near the University where Ildiko has been studying Hungarian. Got to the museum just in time to see lovely paintings and a film on the putzas. After dropping Ildiko at the station, we found our hotel after several trips around a block and through an archway to a bank!
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... pension is. We follow him very gratefully to the Pension Fontana, a simple but clean 'pensuela' which serves us a very adequate Italian sups. It's in the old part of the town which consists of one main square and a few churches with other buildings around it. The newer part of the town is uninspiring, depressing, industrialized and shabby, reflecting its communist past as a mining and smelting centre. We get the impression that the whole place is desperately trying to reinvent ...