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If you're ever invited to drink tuica, a strong alcool beverage made of plums, you have to finish your glass otherwise it will bring bad luck. You don't have to drink it in one sip, but you have to finish it!
Some tips so that Romanians won`t be offended if you visit a church or a monastery (a courtesy of my Romanian friends):
1) take of your hat in a church
2) if you`re an unmarried couple, don`t walk hands in hands in a monastery

Few people spoke some English. Haha, a man was saying 'No camera ! No camera !' We thought he got nervous because we were videotaping him. So we consoled him not to worry about our camera. Later sb. cleared it out. It meant that there were no rooms available for us "kamera'' room.
And imagine, we met a group of Czech tourists. Their bus fridge was stuffed with the Gambrinus beer. It was a welcome ! We were changing beer for cakes but later regretted, oh yes. Those babuska's know what a business is
Easter is undoubtedly the main holiday in the spring, and Romanians are celebrating it every year with the same devotion and respect as their ancestors. Maybe the big city has somewhat replaced the old tradition of going to the church after a six-week lent with the simple surprise of eating Easter eggs while waiting for the Easter bunny. However, people all over the country are still very religious and willing to pass the custom to the next generations and to share it with the foreigners who are curious about it.
The holy Easter days are a remembrance of the holy story of the Resurrection. They are also the occasion for people get together these days and enjoy the hours spent with their families while eating traditional food.
Here are the most important aspects of the Romanian traditional Lent and Easter days. They made up a unique event that attracts many foreign tourists year by year. They come and visit the monasteries and other main religious sites, while accommodating at rural pensions or peasants’ homes in order to take part in the ritual of celebrating Easter, enjoying the simple pleasures that get them closer to their spirit.

Tipping in restaurants is not the norm in Romania. If the service is particularly good then around 20,000 lei is plenty. Don't even think about leaving 10% of a large bill-outside really flashy places this wil be percieved as very extravagant.
For some reason Romanians seem to be deathly afraid of any kind of indoor draft. Apparently the "current" makes people sick. Anyway, even in 45 degree weather take care not to open a door and a window (to create a draft). There are many expat English teachers in Romania now so there are a lot of parties!

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