Hotel Phoenix Arad
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... the Paprika and the Oil businesses
Soon we were approaching the Romanian border and a passport check. Having assured themselves that we were not immigrants intent on milking the Romanian system, the border guards sent us on our way. In many ways the villages reminded me of France in the 1970s. Not many people about and a general air of neglect, plus several mangy dogs. Lunch was bought from a sparsely ...
... passport checks - during one of which the controller decided he needed to take our passports outside onto the platform without warning and consult with his colleagues. All lost in translation we presume. It should be said though that the people of Budapest, and thus far, rural Romania, have been quite welcoming, polite and try as hard as they can to help. Hungary's high english literacy rate has helped us amazingly recently - only once or twice have we felt unable ...
... I walk through the main square on the way to my hostel and observe a lovely fountain on the main pedestrian way.
Planning to return one day to spend more time with family I will have to come back here.
It's a quick shower and bed before morning comes far too early.
At least the scenery was amazing.
... street art which kept me entertained. I was keen to rent a bike since this is one of the few places where traffic is quiet enough for me to navigate safely, but couldn't actually find a place. Better luck next time.
One weird thing I noticed was in the Children's Park, where yes, I did want to climb the jungle gym. In the bathrooms, the urinals are next to an open window, which in turn is next to the swings and slides. There is a full view for everyone. ...
... when fatigue hit this afternoon I spent a large amount of time with my feet up. This is the first time I've been to a place without any accommodation organised in advance, but we found a nice hostel fairly easily. I'm also struggling a bit with my diet over the last few days. My body has finally gone "OK Jeff, what the hell, I'm refusing to process any more burgers until you get some self control." This means today wasn't the ...