If you’ve been a fan of this site for a long time, you know that I call my former town of Cluj-Napoca Unicorn City.
Here is yet more proof of why it keeps on deserving that nickname:
Cluj-Napoca’s Avram Iancu International Airport is the first airport in Romania that hosts a free library. The library, which was opened on Thursday, June 30, and offers tens of volumes in Romania, English, and French which the passengers can read while waiting for their flights.
Obviously it’s pretty cool that there’s now a free library in the airport. They say it’s for passengers who are waiting for a flight but I imagine that it’ll be extra handy for people like me who spent a lot of time waiting around for flights to arrive.
So what’s wrong with something as cool as a free library in the airport?
Well, first of all, Romania…
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