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Travel Blogs from Cluj-Napoca
... me time and again how lucky I am to have a wonderful family and special friends to come back to. But at least you can switch it up and meet some people that will make their way into your travelling stories one way or another. All in all I don't regret starting off with a group, it gave me the confidence I needed to then take off on my own. But I am really happy that I stayed solo for the second part of my trip, it was a completely different ...
... Fortunately by the time I got there it had cleared up, no rain but a bit chilly...so that's it done both ways North to South 2 years ago and the reverse today. The road surface hasn't got any better.....the views though are still spectacular, you should give it a go if you get the chance.....
After the Transfargarasan I headed of to a to a town called Cluj Napoca, I stayed there about 4 years ago, in a complete dump of a ...
We stopped for some well needed ice coffees and walked around the city for the evening.
We ate some really good traditional Romanian food. Peter had duck with carmelised red cabbage and Ania ordered chicken with their very popular polenta. You seem to get this a lot with most meals.
All in all very nice city to look at.
Cluj-Napoca has a long history, dating back to AD 106. The city has a large Hungarian minority, which is the largest minority in the country. In Cluj, nearly 16% of the population is Hungarian. Cluj is very close to the Romanian-Hungarian border ...
... voice than the rest of the minorities. They seem to be much prouder and to have a much deeper conviction to maintaining their distinct Hungarian identity.
Cluj surprised us with snow as we arrived, causing our city tour to be quite a biting one. Nonetheless, Cluj is a very picturesque city. Although there are clear divides ...
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