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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to get to hotel. Poor Stefan didn't get any sympathy from us. Sibiu us a very impressive Transylvanian town, reminded us a lot of Warsaw. This region is very pretty with sheep, cattle, corn plus numerous horse and carts on the roads.
Friday a day to remember. Firstly we visited a fortified Church in a very small village of Biertan, a Saxon village. This Church had three walls surrounding it in times of invasions but today only ...
The day kicks-off with a long drive to Transylvania, covering some of the most scenic countryside that I have ever driven through. Long winding roads through mountain passes, peasant villages, rolling green hills and Romania's best music on the radio were consistent throughout the 6 hour journey. However, it came at the cost of an average speed of 60km/h, as the roads become infuriatingly poor quality for long periods of time and overtaking battles were fought over ...
... I sat listening to the cool jazz on the cool patio in the cooling night air wrapped in my blanket until it was time to make for the station for the 22:30 Bucharest to Budapest night express....ahhh the romance of long distance train travel, 11hr 16min according to my German Railways reiseverbindungen print out. The station was deserted except for a Korean girl also going to Budapest and the obligatory drunk/down and out, who I discovered ...
... got there. Even that old lady... wait! The old lady on the bus was the same one who took the french girls to never be seen again! Was that her tactic? To get rid of the foreigners so she could get a seat?!
I was not a fan of the driver. He spent the next twenty minutes socializing while whe all sat on the hot stuffy bus waiting. He also stopped along the route to do some shopping at a market. Booo! But I got to Sighisoara!
... come and what their levels will be. I am hoping that it will be this same group of 6 or so. Having the same kids each week will actually allow me to build on things we learned instead of trying to review or come up with random lessons each week.
They have English in school, but they learn British English vocabulary. They don't seem to be learning conversation or pronunciation. I'm a bit worried that I will confuse them because I am unsure ...