TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zimbrul Baia Mare
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... back to the Fontana after five or six fascinating hours of discovery. We shower and go for dinner in a restaurant in the town square. For £16 a head, they serve us the sort of meal a London venue would not sneeze at... Italian cuisine with a lovely cold bottle of Prosecco to celebrate a special day. It was well worth coming to Baia Mare to experience the incredible rural peace of the Maramures ...
... but it leaves at 5am. Luckily someone on the Lonely Planet Thorntree site had told us about Gea Tours (http://www.geatours.rs/eng/index.htm), a company that runs shuttles two or three times a day between Timisoara and Belgrade for 25 euros per person. I’d contacted them by email, and they asked what time we wanted to go, but were very cagey about what time their shuttles went. I told them we wanted to go at 9am (allowing for train to be a bit late), and ...
... in herself and is just beautiful…
At this I will stop with the people, for fear it is becoming difficult to properly describe ALL the important people here in my life but know that there are many.
“Words, like nature, half reveal and half conceal the soul within.” Alfred, Lord Tennyson quotes
The outdoors in Romania has always been what has captivated me. The seasons here are such a beautiful thing to behold and ...
... get off on, but after two stops I figured I was running out of choices. I am getting good at snap decisions and details after! I had no map, but I had the address of the hostel, so began asking people by pointing to me and the address. I discovered over the next few days that although the map I carried everywhere was a lovely map, none of the streets had names posted on them. I guess everyone in town knew which streets were which, so they didn't need ...
... to have a festive meal on Christmas eve. Learning about how the pig dies, how the speed after being cut effects the meat, or the luck of the family was very interesting. The family starts by burning all the hair of the pig (this stinks!!!), traditionally they do it slowly using hay that's on fire to get rid of it, however now days they use a torch fire. After scrubbing the pig completely they then cut of the head of the pig. After this ...
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