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... and many students have gone home, most of those that remain are working.
My room is on the first floor by the lobby and kitchen, and the laundry is at the other end of the hall. In my room, there are three beds, a desk, a tv, a refrigerator, side tables for each bed, wardrobe and small bathroom. It is about the same size as my Chinese dorm but has carpet on the floor and beds that give. In fact the beds are so soft I had a ...
... people from who knows where – I have no idea how all those government sponsored non-working Orthodox Jews afford to travel. Highest concentration outside of Jerusalem I saw the whole time in Israel. The lane director guy at the front points for me to go to the “empty line” which is awesome because the other three lines were crammed with people for about 30-40 feet and the line I was given only had two people in front of me. We’re ...
In Romania the weather started heating up and we were sweated out of our tents early on the two bush camps between Budapest and Bucharest. On our last day in Bucharest (12th August) it reached 41 degrees Celsius which was not the best birthday present I've ever had.
The three truck days travelling between the cities were pretty uneventful. We camped by some running water/goat trough thing on the second night which ...
... One Canadian, a female, lived in Bristol. The other, a middle aged male, works on restoring old buildings and was on a course in that would enable him to travel all over the world restoring old buildings. This was something he went on telling us about for most of the evening along with his whole world view and where Canada stood in it, eventually we got to bed..
The following morning we packed up, checked out and asked Andre the receptionist whether he could call ...
... Romania We got into Bucharesti-Nord and got out some Romanian Lev or whatever it is, then we went on the lookout for a hostel called Vila 11, as recommended in the book, we said goodbye to Darshan and made our way to the hostel. We asked for directions first because the map in the book was wrong. Walked past a dead cat, dead dog and a military compound until we found it, which was really close to the train station. We went inside hoping for some ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed