Hotel Melody Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is not part of the Schengen Zone and so the border with Hungary is more substantial. We even have to show our passports.
*The Romanian language seems easier to pronounce than that of the countries we have recently visited.
* At 11.15 am it is already 33 degrees. Air con is on.
*As we enter Romania, the roads deteriorate, horse & carts compete for road space with ...
... pull out window T.T. I didn't realize this until towards the end of the train ride; better late than never!
The hotel is pretty close to the train station, but the neighborhood is extremely sketchy. There is a corner where kids wait and approach asking for money. They look about 5-7 years old.
Checking in was pretty straight forward. Air conditioning cost extra, so we plan to just sleep without sheets.
-- Ryan L.
... also was cash only (though they said in the next few weeks they would start accepting VISA payments).
We passed by a few religious buildings, the town theater, the city’s central square, and a memorial. The main part of Cluj-Napoca is relatively small and we walked around most of the town within the afternoon. We stopped by McDonalds to get a meal because it comes with a free World Cup Coca-Cola souvenir glass =).
-- Ryan L.
... Our adventure ended there, we turned around and headed back as the sun was setting. We were driven via a lookout of the city lit up at night time which is quite beautiful then we went to the mall (which is ginormous) to go to the supermarket where Cata went crazy with choosing local and imported beers for us to spend the week taste testing before heading back to their place to meet Rovi's friend and we all had a feast and a taste test of all the beers! We all watched ...
... yet forgetting that this entails being able to see past your acquired value system, while at the same time keeping in mind that some things are wrong and evil no matter where they happen, and that you can't just write them off as being "part of the culture here". I remember meeting a girl in Chiang Mai, towards the end of my trip, whom I bonded with because of our weariness with this side of travelling: "same stupid boys and girls, same ...