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Dănilă Adriana

Current city:
Warsaw
City of birth:
Iasi
Host university:
UW
Home university:
UAIC

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  • Blog

    Liberty? How free are you?

    Just last week during one of my courses, “Middle Eastern Scene”, the teacher said something about liberty and about how people have the all kinds of liberties. That made me think about how much liberty do I actually have as an individual? I started to think more...

    0 by Dănilă in General, 6 years ago
  • Blog

    Morality is not always the key to success...

    Before coming to Poland I must confess I had quite a fascination for its history. For me Poland was like a boat caught in a very tough storm,  always bouncing according to the new leaders. Damaged during the Second World War, troubled by the long, almost never ending...

    0 by Dănilă in General, 6 years ago
  • Blog

    Making dinosaur soup :))

    Yesterday, one of the coolest things happened. I read on Facebook that there was going to be a theater workshop at the University of Warsaw, organized by the ESN Network for the Erasmus students who are interested in the sublime arts of scene representation. The most...

    0 by Dănilă in General, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Museum of Contemporary Arts

    Last week I had an interesting trip at the National Museum of Contemporary Arts from Warsaw, but I didn’t have the time, until now, to write about it. First of all, I think it is important to space position the museum, for those of you who are in Poland and who have...

    by Dănilă in What to see Warsaw, 6 years ago
  • Blog

    Smell of Christmas in the air...

    With the Christmas air just sparkling around the corner, it seems that Warsaw is wrapping the streets in the beautiful holiday spirit. The decorations are being hung all over the city, in different shapes and forms, from smaller replicas of green Christmas trees to...

    0 by Dănilă in General, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Maastricht

    Every trip has to have something memorable, or else it is not a journey worth remembering. A truly interesting one, I had while being in Holland, more specifically in the city named Maastricht. Where is it and what is different about it? Well, if you will have the time...

    by Dănilă in What to see Maastricht, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Brugge

    The third city, the last, but for sure not least, that I saw in Belgium was Brugge. Also named “The Venice of North-West”, Brugge is the capital of West Flanders Province and it is without a shadow of doubt the most beautiful place from the entire country. The...

    by Dănilă in What to see Brugge, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Brussels

    The second city that I saw in Belgium is Brussels, home of the European Union and of many of its institutions, land that hosts the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (OTAN) and place that is considered the capital of the country. So the expectations were high, having...

    by Dănilă in What to see Brussels, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Liège

    One of the first cities I saw in Belgium was Liège. Located in the province of Liège, it is known as the economical capital of Wallonia (Belgium being divided into three districts: Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region) and as the French speaking region. It...

    by Dănilă in What to see Liege, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Belgium

    So last week I went with my friend, Giorgiana to visit another good friend, Laura, in Belgium. Laura is studying there for half a year, just like us in Poland, so we thought that this would be a good opportunity to see another country and, of course, our lovely friend...

    by Dănilă in What to see Liege, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Museum Narodowe w Warszawie

    For all the art lovers out there in Poland, a trip to The National Museum Of Warsaw is in order. Called in polish “Museum Narodowe w Warszawie”, the building that hosts both national paintings /painters and also works from all over the world is situated in the...

    by Dănilă in What to see Warsaw, 6 years ago
  • Blog

    Playing in the kitchen

    Since I have been in Warsaw, I started to cook:D Of course, in the first days, I went out more, I prefered to do this because it was easier, but soon I understood that eating out wasn't an ideal solution and that I could not do it forever:))). Being a student...

    1 by Dănilă in Erasmus recipes, 6 years ago
  • Place

    The Auschwitz Concentration Camps

    In philosophy they say that the world can’t exist without Evil, because Good is platonic, in the sense that it does not create. A world full of good is one that doesn't want to make any changes, a land where peace and everlasting happiness reign, where there is no...

    by Dănilă in What to see Krakow, 6 years ago
  • Blog

    Run, run, run...the medic won't come!

    Well, guess what happend today? I tried to go to the doctor. One of my legs hurts when I step on it. The pain is no so unbearable, but, still it is an issue, especially, when I have to walk a lot. And, moreover, in my mind a small problem should be fixed, because it may...

    0 by Dănilă in General, 6 years ago
  • Blog

    Me, myself and Romania

      Today, I want to talk about something that has been on my mind for some time now. Since I have reached Warsaw, I met a lot of students from Italy, Spain, France, Germany, China, Japan, North Korea, Indonesia and so on. What strikes me is that I know a bit, about of...

    0 by Dănilă in General, 6 years ago
  • Experience

    Talking the untalkble

    So, ladies and gentlemen I want to tell you what happend to me, about two weeks ago or less. It is an experience that has deeply marked me because from that day on I am more than sure that people could understand each other even if all the words from the world will...

    0 by Dănilă in Erasmus experiences Warsaw, 6 years ago
  • Place

    The Main Library from the "Warszawa Uniwersytet"

    Where is the best place to meet people? Of course, at the pub, one would think fist, because here people come with a certain goal, to have fun. But as they say, “the unexpected hits you in the face in the most unexpected places”. One of the places that I met Erasmus...

    by Dănilă in What to see Warsaw, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Schindler's Factory

    Being ahead of time. What does this phrase actually mean? In school, we often hear that many writers, politicians, doctors, etc. have been ahead of their time. That they reached a certain point of knowledge that made them superior to the other learned men of their eras....

    by Dănilă in What to see Krakow, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Krakow

    His jaws were enormous, his red eyes pierced the air with the sense of absolute power, his gigantic figure and impressive claws scared even the most courageous men. As he walked he spread fear and everyone had to bow in front of his power. The small village was...

    by Dănilă in What to see Krakow, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Wrocław

    What to say about Wroclaw? Let's go back in time, pretend we have a special device that can take us there. So, close your eyes and breathe deeply… The street is dark, although the moon is shining. The tall and old trees are blocking its light. In the near distance...

    by Dănilă in What to see Wroclaw, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Old Town Hostel

    If you decide to go to Gdansk for the weekend then you will need a place to spend the night /s. I warmly recommend this small, but really nice hostel called “Old Town Hostel”. It is not so close to the city center, but the services are truly good. When me and my...

    by Dănilă in Where to sleep Gdansk, 6 years ago
  • Place

    WesterPlatte

    One of the most dramatic  events from human history is undoubtly The Second World War (1939-1945). One would think that after the First World War (1914-1918), people would have learned that fighting brings only misery and distruction, but it seems we only acknowledge...

    by Dănilă in What to see Gdansk, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Gdańsk

    Why should some one go and visit Gdansk and what is there to see? First, the architectural style of the buildings will fascinate you Then after you walk further in the city you will see lots of statues and churches, each of them wearing the mark of traditional polish...

    by Dănilă in What to see Gdansk, 6 years ago
  • Experience

    Discovering Poland

    The first time I got a bit acquainted with the polish culture and traditions I was still at home, in Romania. It was summer and the European Football Championship - Euro 2012 was driving all of the students, boys and girls crazy. Every night they gathered in front of...

    0 by Dănilă in Erasmus experiences Warsaw, 6 years ago
  • Place

    Lazienki Palace

    One of the first things I saw in Warsaw was the Lazienki Palace also called the Water Palace. When I went the grass was green, the trees were smiling under the playfull sun, birds were singing on branches, ducks and swans were swiming in the water, squirrels were...

    by Dănilă in What to see Warsaw, 6 years ago

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