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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Victoria Timisoara
Dated rooms - comfortable enough for an evening, but needs a facelift. One of the shower stall doors was missing, so water spilled out into the bathroom, and the bathroom door also wouldn't stay open. Lots of road construction in the area right now, so what should have been a lively pedestrian zone out front was completely abandoned.
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Timisoara is known for being one of Romania's most beautiful larger cities, full of pedestrian zones and green spaces. It isn't always high on the list of destinations for tourists to Romania, but became a stop out of convenience for us - reasonable trains and buses to Romanian from Belgrade can be a bit tricky, and since GEA Tours also offered a …
... 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. ...
Highlight of the day for me was at the Hungary/Romania border, got asked for the bike docs by a Romanian border guard, I gave him an A4 receipt from the hotel in Brno (Written in English) he had a good look and than passed it back with a cheery "Thanks"
I haven't written in a few days for a variety of reasons but I’ll try to catch up a bit in this post and then maybe go back and write some longer posts for the days I missed.
I’m currently in Bratislava, Slovakia – the motherland. It’s a decent sized town with a few interesting things to see, but nothing crazy like Paris or Budapest, where it would take a whole week to see everything important. I’m mostly here because this is ...