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Under grey skies we walked into the centre. Daily Mail readers would be astounded and confused. The centre was full of magnificent buildings and wide pedestrian boulevards. Cafes and bars were everywhere; it is a very pleasant place to pause for a drink. Sadly rain came and the concert just did not happen.
We returned to the hotel sharing our one umbrella and retired to our room to watch a film ...
... the gap. The hospitality of our Airbnb hosts was great - helping us to arrange trains about Hungary and suggesting plenty of good local haunts. And indeed the local haunts made for a fantastic stay in Budapest - highlights including photography galleries, a street art tour, public baths and ruin bars. We spent our first couple of days strolling the Danube and perusing the local galleries. We were lucky enough to stumble upon the Robert Capa centre whilst ...
... Romania and in less than two weeks the government was deposed.
Unfortunately my train from Suceuva is late- surprising I know and I arrive late into the evening. I already have prebooked transporation onward at 6 am so I have little time to explore. Plus after 14+ hours on a train with no fan or AC in over 40 degree heat ...
So back to earlier blog post about the taxis driver. That experience could have happened anywhere. I just want people to be sure that I'm not judging Moldova based on that one guy. Sexual violence is a thing that can and does happen to women while traveling. BUT in all of my traveling experience I had one bad experience. I've never had anything stolen from me which most backpackers have experienced. I wouldn't let my one bad experience deter ...
... trying to encourage paedophilia?
I avoided museums as usual, which turned out to be a good thing as apparently the art galleries here aren't that good. Since the town is mostly a student town there are lots of cafes and drinking holes, but not many designed to entertain tourists. There was one place that caught my eye, which was a small museum about the Romanian Revolution in Timisoara in 1989. By the time I found it I was dead on my feet and knew I wouldn't ...