No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunset Villas Predeal
Travel Blogs from Predeal
... as a place of defence, it later became the home to Queen Marie (granddaughter of Queen Victoria) given to her by the people of Brasov in recognition of her services in uniting the whole of Romania as one independent country. The actual history of the castle was very interesting and the views from some of the rooms were stunning. Driving into the valley that Bran Castle guarded you come across ...
... were full but we eventually found a restaurant where we sat upstairs on our own until we were joined by one very large cricket. It's an understatement to say Freya freaked out. In the end I was too short to reach the cricket to remove it and the waiter had to do it haha. After we'd eaten we wandered back along the high street and visited a patisserie and stocked up on sugar before going back to the hostel and to ...
Today we got picked up from Calarasi Romania, and headed to another part of Bucharest. We stayed at the people who found my birth families; their bed and breakfast. Village Speranta actually means HOPE! So that was very nice! It was a beautiful place to ...
... to their gods in the heavens. After the Romans conquered the land, they may have in turn used those same altars and named them "Tempus/Temporis" which means time, worshiping Saturn (through Cronus) the god of time. This later was changed to "Tempea/Tampa". When the Teutonic Knights came along, they translated the citadel's old name into German, so that "the citadel of time or Cronus" became "Kronstadt" the German name for Brasov.
Unfortunately, I could not ...
... them on several metre high pillars as a reminder to other opponents, taking up to 48 hours to die.
Liam and I wandered the city the next morning, watch towers, churches, the BRASOV sign (ripped off Hollywood) and the smallest street in Europe at 1.32m wide!! A central spot for many snow bound tourists, it was quiet and easy going when we went through. Accomodation remained cheap at around 9-10 euro a night, something we were certainly not comlaining ...