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... and he took us all around the city. It's a big university town so there were a ton of students out. We went to a pool hall and a Romanian underground club which was incredibly cool! I am finally starting to get over the surprise of people smoking inside bars.. We met an Australian girl from the Sunshine Coast, Dimity, who was also headed east, so she joined us on Saturday on our train ride to ...
... in the square along with green space and a church not far away. In fact, in Timisoara, there's lots of green space and it's known as "the city of parks".
Today, we saw much more by taking a bicycle tour through the city. One of the neat things about being in countries and cities that don't see a lot of tourists, is locals and guides have more time to focus on us. The tour we took ended up being private and we stayed with our guide ...
... nothing more than major construction sites. It was a jarring visual, especially when our first experience with a Timisoara plaza was Piata Victoriei, a long and beautiful pedestrian zone packed with outdoor terraces, fountains, and greenery. It's one of the prettiest pedestrian zones you'll find anywhere in Europe, and is prime people-watching territory.
Seeing the number of gorgeous buildings around Piata Unirii and Libertatii, we ...
Thankfully it disappeared quite quickly....So headed south into Romania, did the backroads again but as that part of Hungary is quite flat is was a tad boring....
Plotted up in Timisoara, ready for some decent mountain roads tomorrow..No photos today, didn't want ...
... meant I didn’t need to worry about getting in to Budapest in time to find an evening mass. And it was sort of good that I wasn’t particularly trying for any bus because it turns out, the train station is kind of far away. It would have definitely been better to take the tram. Except that I didn’t have a schedule or a route map and they were only running about every half hour, and you are supposed to buy tickets from kiosks outside of the trams ...