Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:41 AM in
Timisoara, my home town, one amazing city in Romania. To convince you, some photos

There are no words to describe my town, it is home, pure and simple! And the best? I am writing this post while enjoying the atmosphere in my old room in Timisoara, Easter has to be spend with family right?



Thank you for sharing these photos with us! I know very little about Romania so it's extremely interesting to see it through your eyes and know how passionate you are about your homeland.

I follow Lavi who is also Romanian. She is super! Have you ever visited her blogs???

So glad you're having a wonderful time with your family and enjoying being back in your own bedroom :)

How beautiful!! And lucky you to be home and in your own room for Easter!! ~ Sending Easter Blessings your way! :)

I bet you have been waiting for the letter T, Claudia, so that you could write a post about your home town! It looks wonderful from the photos you have shared with us. I'm glad that you are home with your family for Easter my friend. Sending warmest Easter blessings your way.


Your hometown is beautiful. The pictures truly are worth a thousand words.

I will have to put it on my list of places to visit on my next trip to Europe.

Have a lovely Easter with your family, in your hometown.

Cheers, Jenny

@Desiree - I will visit Lavi's blog, sounds interesting. And yes, Romania is worth visiting!
@Becky - yes, I feel so lucky indeed
@This - you got me :)
@Jenny - do let me know when in Europe, I would like to share a cake and coffee with you, I am convinced we will have so much to talk about!

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