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Language isn't really a problem. A little 'multumesc' and 'buna' go a long way. People are very friendly. Words sound like they are spelt so asking for food is easy.
It starts to snow. Thin, icy powder at first, later thicker. And it is cold. At one end of the central pedestrianised area the Roman Catholic bells ring. At the other the …
The sun is out, it's bright, but I still need a scarf and hat to keep warm. I take a walk to a cemetery a mile away. The city quickly becomes industrial and run down. Trams trundle past frequently. This turns out to be a recent cemetery, mainly from the 50s onwards. I scour the headstones and the names are almost all Romanian. Many have empty dates …
Here's an interesting fact. Johnny Weissmuller was born on June 2, 1904, in a village that is now part of Timisoara, although he moved to America at seven months.
It is raining. Throughout the day it continues to rain, gradually getting colder. But it doesn't snow. The sky is always grey. People wear dark clothes.
Timisoara is …
I have been meaning to travel to Timisoara for many years, in fact since I first found out that my grandfather originated from here. I think as you get older you become more interested in where you come from. Is it because you realise that you are the sum of the events that have passed before you?
Strangely the best piece of information I …
... with Romanian subtitles. This was supposed to improve our Romanian but since the film starred Sylvester Stallone, and Arnie, we only now know the Romanian for phrases that I doubt, and hope, we will never need.
Breakfast was good even if we were the only ones there, maybe we were the only guests or maybe everyone else was still in bed. Anyway the rain has stopped so it is now time to head for them there hills.