Plaza V & Plaza V Executive Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of been pretty bad. We were told that the hospital tried to fundraise for these families, however it was very difficult as there are so many of them and everyone else doesn't have much money as it is. We also witnessed a homeless man who had been brought in by ambulance. He had been found in an altered conscious state, with a temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. Not only was he just staring into space and couldn't even talk or move, he was literally skin and bone. You could see ...
... at because it's the easiest place to find work. This factory causes havoc on the health of people who live nearby and the most of all the workers respiratory health. The first part of the day was pretty quiet however I was given jobs such as drawing up adrenaline and putting up bags of fluid. I was guided through taking arterial blood from the radial artery which was fun, and putting on a CPAP mask (oxygen mask that creates a continuous positive pressure to keep the airway open). ...
... more thoroughly; but as a mom, I know we couldn't have done it any other way. It was really nice to have two days to settle in and acclimatize. The warnings about stray dogs and con artists were unfounded, for us. I wish we could have stopped in Sibiu to see Peles Castle on our way to Brasov; but after travelling through that station, doing that with Beckett would have been a logistical nightmare AND the castle was closed for the season any way. I would have liked ...
... so, are not hitch hiking. The skimpiest of clothes and the plastic 5 inch hooker heels separate them from the crowd. In addition they are always just on the outskirts of town and unfortunately, within half a mile there was always a lorry parked up, with I have no doubt one of their co-workers earning her crust. It was bizarre in the extreme, and I couldn’t imagine how stigmitising is must be to live in a small Romanian village of say 10,000 people and stand on the ...
... a village idiot here (of the squarking bird variety) has managed to find me each day. Everywhere I'ev gone this idiot has managed to popped up, lunch out in the sun, checking out the view, taking a dump or wandering the streets. I can only assume he comes from a long line of idiots.
I said to him, You again ! Let me tell you what now. I'm gonna call a couple of hard, pipe-hitting players to go to work on the homes here with ...