Travel Blogs from Tirgu Mures
... last day was really quiet for most of us with not much to do. I spent most of the day walking between departments trying to find something to keep me busy, or sitting down making what they call "bootsies" which are folded up pieces of gauze as mentioned previously. Although there wasn't much work for us, we witnessed some interesting cases. In resusc we had a 4 year old that had been crushed by tree branches that his mother had been chopping. This mother was single and ...
... due to severe respiratory distress who had a history of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). He was put in an induced coma and intubated and was kept for monitoring. Their were 2 more patients all with respiratory issues. Attila explained that respiratory issues along with cardiac illness was the main problem in Romania due to the majority of people still smoking. In bars and restaurants smoking is still permitted. There is also a fertilizer factory that many ...
... Asiatic influence. Many of the women were dressed in (what I would consider) very stereotypical outfits: long bright multicoloured skirts, head scarfs and nice jewelry. Good news-- we made it to the airport in plenty of time. Bad news-- it is 330pm, it is smaller than Abbotsford with less amenities and our flight is delayed until 645pm. Well, plenty of time to reflect on our time here. From a travellers perspective, I wish we had spent more time exploring more ...
... hadn't been left to ruin. The relatives were right. And I was getting nervous.
Sighisoara, our planned destination, along with Brasov to the south-east and Sibiu to the south-west are a triangle of 13th century German fortress-towns, about 1.5hr - 2hr away from one another, deep in the heart of Transylvania. Should we get off at Sighisoara or stay on in hope of finding civilization? Who knew what state the place would be in now. We arrived at ...
... originally had a German name, though now most are known by their Romanian name, and signs seem to use both names.
The country we pass through is pretty pleasant, green, rolling hills, wooded on top, cultivated in the valleys, with small villages of interconnected houses forming a continuous facade, with high fences or gates in the gaps between houses.
Our first church was the 14th century Malancrav church, with wall paintings at the end of ...
Other places to stay in Tirgu Mures
Kirchenallee 45, Hamburg | 4 star hotelfrom $79
Piata Teatrului no. 5-6, Tirgu Mures | 3 star hotelfrom $37
Street Gheorghe Doja 231, Tirgu Mures | Hotelfrom $56
B-dul 1 Decembrie 1918, nr. 250, Tirgu Mures | Hotelfrom $57
Strada Principala Nr 2A, Tirgu Mures | 2 star hotelfrom $26
27 Gheorghe Doja Street, Tirgu Mures | Hotelfrom $84