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Through out our trip through Romania we stayed in many small towns and cities often times for one or two nights depending on how interesting the town was. Baia Mare was the second city we traveled too. For the sake of catching you guys up on everything that has occurred Im going to be cutting stuff short and just leaving the most relevant information in. In the picture is Pigio. He drove us through most of Hungary and to the Hungarian Romanian border. He did not speak english and neither I nor Sylvia spoke Hungarian so most of our communication took place with sign language. It was really cool. Pigio would have the radio on and when artist like the Beatles and stuff would come on he would say, "Ahhhh,,, Rock & Roll". This guy was really nice. He gave us some home made cake. Warned us not too go to Romania and when he dropped us off at the border he gave us both huge waters. He also went out of his way to take us to the border, which was no where along his route.