Oxford Inns & Suites Hotel Timisoara
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... then on. Our first day we wandered around the city centre, which is largely under renovation. The parts that we could see were gorgeous - brightly coloured buildings and big squares, and vibrant churches. There are also a ton of nice parks in the city! We visited the Timisoara brewery and tried some of their beer, which was really great. That night, it was the birthday of the owner of ...
... the three synagogues are even open and they don't have regular services there as it's mostly used for performances. The other one we saw is not open at all, but still belongs to the Jewish community for them to do what they wish with it.
As we rode through the different districts, we noticed a vast difference in architecture between the baroque style and more recently built structures from the communist era, which were quite plain. ...
... imagine how amazing these two squares would have been, had they not been full of piles of gravel, dirt, and construction materials. it seems that the city must be undergoing some massive improvement plan, and it was rather unfortunate timing for us to have visited during this time. But like with all things bad, it's important to focus on the more positive side. Given that we only had part of the afternoon and an evening here, we could not ...
... atop the power lines pylon, guarding the border.
(Mick spends all night and next morning chuntering about the exchange rate as he interrogates all his receipts and strains away at mental calculations. I hope it's not becoming an obsession!)
We ride through the centre of Arad in a gathering thunderstorm. It's very busy. It's an unattractive town with massive concrete blocks of flats overlooking the Main Street. ...
... there’s an information desk with a guy who speaks decent English and I ask about buses to Budapest. He shakes his head and says, no, no buses to Budapest. I’m a little frustrated at this, since I would like to get a bus sometime soon (it’s around 1:30 PM now) and he says that this is the regional/national bus station and there are no international buses here. She says the international bus station is on the other side of the train station, across ...