Crystal Palace Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... getting the metro I unfortunately missed the start of the free walking tour. The receptionist did how ever give me a map and tell me a few things to see that day. He told me about a church which is located on the hill where you could overlook the city as well as a big open air museum of traditional Romanian houses from the 17th, 18th and 19th century. This was a few stations away on the metro so it was my plan to see it last. He also gave me a list of traditional food I should try and ...
... you guys did not fight for the Germans then maybe your country would not have been split apart or maybe a better term is be "reconfigured". At any rate that was a long time ago and it seems to me this country is jittery of Russia and what they are doing in the Ukraine.
If you watch the video attached check out the old lady walking, you can't miss her. That was a very common sight in this town. Lots and lots of very old people walking around.
... and watch a movie. Note to self next time convert money before embarking on my travels. We eventually load back up and our on our way to Bucharest. We get in after 2 am. I find a taxi that knows where my hostel is and we stop at t he ATM and then arrive at the hostel. The taxi driver tried to pull the while I don't have change thing but luckily my hostel had change so I wasn't ripped off. That was a long trip with traveling all day and ...
... conveniently right on the bike route.
Hurray, a Billa Market
After a short rest, we biked a kilometer to a Lidl Market. Since it lacked a deli, we continued on to the Bila market. It is great to have choices in this town. Most villages we pass through have nothing more than a small market with places to sit and meet your neighbor for a beer.
We thought we had seen enough of this town, and ...
... is called the Ister - we have booked a sleeper cabin - Got on the train ok - train stations are a bit primitive, as not a lot has been done since communist days. Now writing this as we travel in our small but functional cabin - it's quite comfortable, not much room , but it has 2 beds, shower, toilet and they convert to 2 seats. We don't arrive in Budapest until 8.50 in the morning, but we should get some sleep tonight - have a fairly long 24 hours ahead, ...