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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Prato Brasov
Superb Hotel. Small only a handful of rooms but even going into it feels five star with a grand looking entrance. All the staff were lovely, the rooms were rustic and spectacular, bathrooms flawless and near all the main attractions. Would spend the money to stay here without a doubt.
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Charlie and I landed in Bucharest and managed to get a local bus to the train station. No one not even the locals seemed to know how to pay for the bus as the insert ticket thing didn't seem to work. Charlie and some of the locals found it hilarious that every time someone got on they would ask the one person who did not speak any Romainian (bar …
We got the local bus to Bran Castle. Again not really sure where we were, we eventually turned a corner in what I thought was a random Romani village and there it was, casting a shadow over the village the imposing Bran Castle stood on the rock face surrounded by mountains and forest.
Once off the bus and looking at it you could almost …
... drive through Romania has been, if I am to be honest, a little boring, especially since we left Sinaia. But, the car has given us a lot of flexibility, and we are seeing lots of different types of houses, lots of different fashions (my wind pants might not have been so bad in rural Romania), and without a car, we would never have been stuck behind a horse-drawn wagon full of fresh manure in Romania. What an experience that was!
We hope you are all well.
... rolls. It was very good!
Other notes on Romania:
- Unlike the most of Europe now, smoking is allowed in a lot of places, including restaurants. Not a fan of that.
... come from conditions that haven’t been nearly as nice as the bear sanctuary. Tiny little “zoos” in concrete cages, chained up and muzzled, left to die out the back of the woods somewhere, taken from people who had trained them to “dance” be making them walk on hot coals yadda yadda. Not such a good time of it. So they’re all in bear heaven at the sanctuary – which is great as bears ...