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... your shoulders in at the elbows and move your body; not your arms or hands. It's hard work and almost impossible for me to do! We eventually get ourselves moving and wander into town. We eat, we walk, we talk; the whole time feeling the burden of going home.
That night(to try and ease the burden) we even have special Romanian doughnuts called papanasi-they are magnificent!!!! Thinking about them now just makes my mouth begin to water. They are filled with cheese ...
... was beautiful there and the waiters took good care of you. After that delightful meal we went and got more food at our favourite place, that cake shop in Campina. After some more delicious cake and coffee, we went to get even more food at a pizzeria. We hung out first at the fountain for a bit but then left for pizza-at this stage I am still hungry too. This pizzeria was so funny because whatever pizza you ordered always ended up looking exactly like a different pizza on ...
... store; actually I had ice cream-they do delicious flavours there too. I think I had coconut, caramel and something else. We all sat out on the terrace overlooking the picturesque town. We had managed to divide ourselves into a boys table and a girls table. I don't think I have had a divided table since high school-it was fun! I think it is important to have girl's days or in this case a table. There are some things you like to ...
... due to the exchange rate. It's really nice to be pampered there.
After we finish we rush home cause Raluca has guests coming from Timisoara in Romania. The rooms are ready for them but we are literally finishing rolling the carpet down the stairs as they pull into the driveway. Raluca goes out to greet them as Don finishes the carpet.
Raluca's friends are lovely. There names are Mihai, Ileana and Adrian(Adi) It's traditional in Romania to bring ...
... speaks any English and is a kind soul. Most times in the two hour car trip from the airport(he is the epitome of a grandma driver) we manage to communicate. Don speaks some Romanian and although I know how to say only thank you in Romanian "multumesc", I still have an innate ability to understand people. I think subconsciously I knew this but the more I travel the more it becomes clearer.
Cornell is so thoughtful that he drives the ...