Roxy's home town

Trip Start Jul 29, 2007
Trip End Sep 02, 2007

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Sunday, August 5, 2007

Yesterday was our first day in Piatra Neamt which is Roxy's home town.
We caught up with Roxy's auntie and her family, her grandparents from mums side and we bumped into some of her other friends.
After lunch on Friday with Roxy's family we went to get ourselves a haircut.  I really needed a haircut and Roxy had one just because it is cheaper here.  But that's not all... Roxy also did her medicure and pedicure. 
My haircut was finished in 15 minuted and then I waited for an hour and half until she went for a haircut.  At that point I couldn't wait any more so I went for a walk in the town center and took photos of the various monuments, buildings and parks (see photos).  After I finished my "touristy" stuff I sloooooowly walked back, sat outside the salon and waited.  After I couldn't wait anymore, I walked inside and taaaaarrrrrrraaaaa Roxy only got her hair washed!!!  No haircut no nothing... :-(  Anyway after 3.5 hours we went out of that forbidden place. :-)
We spent the rest of the afternoon (what was left of it) resting and preparing for church.
On Saturday we went to the church here.  It's an impressive building (as per photos).  The place was totally full, mainly due to 2 weddings that are due to happen on Sunday (we are invited to one of those :-) ).  There were a lot of musical items (as this church is renowned for their musical talents) and special items.   
For lunch we all got together at Roxy's parents place (all the family that is here and some friends).  The chefs were good to me and made especially for me vegetarian food. :-) 
After lunch Roxy showed some of our photos to the people present until Roxy's mum made it known to everybody that she wanted a nap. :-)
Yes, I am ashamed to say but we did have a nap in the afternoon. :-)
In the evening (10pm!!!) we are going to play soccer with some guys. 
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