Ramina Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and he took us all around the city. It's a big university town so there were a ton of students out. We went to a pool hall and a Romanian underground club which was incredibly cool! I am finally starting to get over the surprise of people smoking inside bars.. We met an Australian girl from the Sunshine Coast, Dimity, who was also headed east, so she joined us on Saturday on our train ride to ...
... the stark differences in these buildings could be seen with the buildings standing right next to each other. The fortress district is unique since many of the buildings within it are palaces that long ago belonged to single families. We saw buildings that were around during the time the old harbour was used, dating back a few centuries. We stopped at the local produce market and rode beside the Bega River. We definitely enjoyed riding through the ...
... nothing more than major construction sites. It was a jarring visual, especially when our first experience with a Timisoara plaza was Piata Victoriei, a long and beautiful pedestrian zone packed with outdoor terraces, fountains, and greenery. It's one of the prettiest pedestrian zones you'll find anywhere in Europe, and is prime people-watching territory.
Seeing the number of gorgeous buildings around Piata Unirii and Libertatii, we ...
Long long straight roads slash across the Hungarian plain. It's hypnotic but great care must be taken. Oncoming traffic overtakes anywhere, whether you are approaching or not. There is a strong and constant head wind, the air is dry as a bone. Giant trucks create huge back washes which blow us off-line. The road surfaces are varied, from new and excellent to seriously rutted. More of the latter as we approach Romania.
Highlight of the day for me was at the Hungary/Romania border, got asked for the bike docs by a Romanian border guard, I gave him an A4 receipt from the hotel in Brno (Written in English) he had a good look and than passed it back with a cheery "Thanks"