Hotel Melody Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... forms of transport & partly finished villas are everywhere to be seen. These are surely a sign of an absent workforce who send money back home. Building projects happen as & when..
* We drive into the hills known as Transylvania. It is a wonderfully rural route. We see many more horse & carts. Farmers & their families are busy in the fields getting the hay ready. There ...
It is early evening in Bucharest and I can already feel the difference between here and Cluj.
Bucharest is a bigger city, but I prefer the feel of Cluj. A big turn off was the mass amounts of people that approach asking to buy their products/services or just give them money.
It took a while, but we managed to find our place of stay. Luckily it is close to the train station. Tripaedvisor says there is ...
We haven't passed any "changer" that allows us to purchase currency with our VISA credit cards. Since I don’t want to be charged for a cash advance or a foreign ATM withdrawal, we are trying to live off credit card purchases while in Romania. Especially since we are only in 2 Romanian cities for a total of 2 full days.
Everything is quite affordable in Cluj-Napoca, and the grocery store next door accepts VISA (luckily). We were ...
... and had a few more drinks, along with some amazing home made munchies. Monday 31st - amazing waking up and sitting out on the balcony with everyone whilst having a cuppa overlooking the city. We met some more friends and family who are all lovely. Cata's mum made us a soup and brought it around for lunch before Cata and Rovi had to head off to work. We headed into the centre of town to try and find a money exchange that would swap the Macedonian money we had ...
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Something linked to this is the beauty and scariness of travelling completely on your own. In the end, there is no one you know that you can turn to if things go wrong during a cab ride in the late hours of night through crazy Bangkok. It is liberating, terrifying and empowering at the same time. Because you will have to trust in someone that's nearly a complete stranger to you eventually. And you will find out that most people are ...