Casa cu Gradini

Str. Ferventia nr. 54, Dumbravita, Timisoara, Transylvania, Romania | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Timisoara

Stranded in Timisoara

A travel blog entry by londone7


... shower and went down for breakfast.

With the time difference its dark in the morning but longer evenings. At reception we tried to call Belgrade again and they confirmed 7pm. I said I have to check out of my hotel but they said that's what time they will come today. There are no direct trains or buses to Belgrade and I didnt want to do it ...

Brief Excursion into Romania

A travel blog entry by londone7


... Churches I had seen in Tashkent Uzbekistan. There was lots of gold and varied artwork along the walls and ceilings.

The church is at one end of Piata Victoriei. This is a ...

The gas saga continues..

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan

... town to the camp ground we stopped at numerous petrol stations, who all had gas bottles but would only swap, not sell us a full one. Bugger, no hot water/cooking again tonight and no kitchen facilities at the camp ground. Rainy day today so we didn't even bother walking into town to have a look around. I sense the seasons more complaining about the heat then...

Desde el 'Barrio' de Arad (Kingdom of Telenovelas)

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa


... and their culture and Mexican drug war. Less than 48 hours in a country is a very reduced amount of time to make an impression out of it. However, having the chance to interact with different people gives you a lot of substance, content, and reference points for you to put together an opinion. Romania's most valuable asset is its people, with no doubt. But people are unmotivated, in despair and frustrated to a large extent. The opportunities are narrow and ...


A travel blog entry by kirstenelise


... communist emblem. They sang a national song that had been banned. They were fired upon.

December 20, over 100,000 factory workers refused to show up for work and instead joined the protest in the streets. My favorite fact is that Ceausescu hired and armed starving factory workers from other towns to come and take care of the situation, offering them food for their efforts. The workers were met at the station by citizens of Timisoara, who fed them ...


This pension, located on Str. Ferventia nr. 54, Dumbravita, Timisoara, is near Hunedoara Castle.
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