Help with information on living in Romania/ Ajuta cu informaţii pe viaţă în România?
I wish to get a visa, and go to a university in Romania; I would be living in one of the cities in Transylvania. I have a lot of random questions on what it would be like living there. I think I would have to switch to a different bank account, since they wouldn't have any of the same banks as in North America; right? Would I be able to pay for things there with a BMO prepaid travel card, would it automatically change the currency of the money? What's the cheapest I can get for an apartment? Are the grocery/ drug stores about the same? Will I be screwed trying to get services such as a taxi, buying groceries, buying stuff at a mall, etc, since I am a beginner in learning Romanian, or do most people around the cities know a bit of English? How do I move my stuff overseas? Since airports only allow you to take one luggage.. I have no idea about how to move all my stuff to an apartment? And would it be hard for me to get a part time job? Thanks. Doresc pentru a obţine o viză, şi du-te la o universitate din România; Ar fi în viaţă într-una dintre orase din Transilvania. Am o mulţime de întrebări aleatoare pe ceea ce ar fi ca trăiesc acolo. Cred că mi-ar fi pentru a comuta la un alt cont bancar, deoarece acestea nu ar avea orice băncilor acelaşi ca în America de Nord; dreptul? Mi-ar fi capabil să plătească pentru lucruri acolo cu un card de călătorie preplatite BMO, ar acesta modifica automat monedei de bani? Ceea ce este cel mai ieftin puteţi obţine pentru un apartament? Sunt băcănie / droguri stochează despre acelaşi lucru? Va am dat fi-încercarea de a obţine servicii *** ar fi un taxi, cumpărarea alimente, Cumpararea lucruri la un mall-ul, etc, deoarece eu sunt un incepator in Romana de învăţare, sau cei mai mulţi oameni în jurul orașelor stiu un pic de engleză? *** muta lucrurile mele peste hotare? Deoarece aeroporturi doar vă permit să transporte bagaje unul. Nu am nici o idee despre *** să se mute toate lucrurile mele la un apartament? Şi ar fi greu pentru mine pentru a obţine un loc de muncă part-time? mulţumesc. used translator ^
Asked By: nothing - 2/14/2011
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I'll try to help, though my experience is a bit dated. First, I think your education would be simpler in Bucuresti, not other cities, though Timisoara is the second-largest city. Bucuresti is just that much better. The last time I was there in 1999, my ATM worked well. Of course I had to withdraw "normal" amounts in... More
Answered By: going_for_baroque - 2/14/2011
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Answered By: Uncle - 2/14/2011
First of all Transylvania is a much better than the capital Bucharest (but I may be biased). If you get the choice, go for Cluj (the capital city of Transylvania), less crowded more fun... More
Answered By: Jo - 2/15/2011
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