Le Boutique Hotel Moxa
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May 2nd, Saturday
We had an early morning because we had to clear customs for the final check in person around 6:30 a.m. Most of us had our breakfast and we cruised to our next docking port Kalocsa, Hungary. The shore excursion started at 1:30 pm for Kalocsa and Puszta. ...
... It is a country of mostly unrealized potential. It has natural resources, tourist potential, a location central to a large trade population, an educated workforce which starts learning English early, transportation infrastructure and ports on the Black Sea. But, economically it is still digging itself out of Communism and corrupt mismanagement since gaining a Democratic government in 1989. Grand old buildings constructed early in the twentieth century are in ...
... Peasant for an afternoon. The old brick building was filled with textiles, traditional dress and painted Easter eggs. The peasants, during Ceausescu's reign, were moved from villages to apartment blocks so few remain on the land except in the north where they still live traditionally.
While Darlene shopped, I did people watching. Across from my location, one of the booth owners had ...
... was a riot! His name was Florin and he is primarily a driver for the Marriott, but it seems the Marriott will sometimes pimp him out to the Hilton for rides. After trying to convince me to take a private tour of the countryside and to see Dracula's castle in Transylvania (I had to politely decline and explain that I wouldn't be in town long enough-the castle is three hours away), he proceeded to tell me about the light of his life, his one year old son. He then ...
... serif; font-size: 11px; line-height: 14px; text-align: left; ">In mid-July, EducationUSA Romania and the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission invited their U.S.–bound Romanian independent students and Fulbright grantees to the Pre-Departure Orientation, a full-day event meant to facilitate students’ academic and cultural adjustment in the U.S.