Gia Hostel

Address: Libertatii street, #41, Sighisoara, Transylvania, 545400, Romania | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Libertatii street, #41, Sighisoara.
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Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

Interesting Romania

A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 03, 2014

... walked back to the banks of the river to get some night shots of the Chain Bridge and Castle.

Next day, we were met by Istavan, yes Stephen who drove us over the border into Romania. We were held up at the border for about 20 minutes waiting for our passports to be returned. We thought going through the EU was non-stop. Our guide was meant to see us at 3 pm that afternoon but the Archbishop of the Orthodox Church had passed away and ...

BL #31: Propose In A Beautiful, Esoteric Location

A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 02, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... reach this point together. Tales of decades-old family feuds and broken pastries, it's a story so bizarre that it's unbelievable, like a Rome and Juliet storyline straight out of a bad Chinese soap opera.  But now, it's like a great weight has finally been lifted off of our shoulders - while this blog has been all about my bucket list, this is one item that belongs to both of us.  Finally, we can all forget about the past, and look towards the future - ...

The Clock Tower - Oct. 19 Part 1

A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 19, 2011

15 photos

... period. Again there were many small doorways, and narrow winding staircases leading up to the clock floor. When we arrived at that floor, it was to see the clock mechanism on display. In 1648 the clock was transformed to show the minutes and to strike the quarters of an hour, with wooden figurines appearing. These figurines were able to be viewed and they were fascinating as they were so very old and interesting.

There was ...


A travel blog entry by novington on Sep 22, 2010

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Well today is Jack Christensen's birthday... so happy birthday :) I miss you.

Today I met Ash. He is a carnival type entertainer with some sore of English accent who says 'wicked' and is on a whistle tour. They are kid entertainers that call themselves 'clowns' because they don't know how else to ...

Many Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by bkozuma on Aug 24, 2010

... on the highway. Those of you who are used to driving on back roads in Europe will know what I mean. For those who aren’t, picture a two-lane road, one lane each way, with periodic passing areas, usually just around a bend and ending just before another bend as the road winds its way through the mountains – not all that dissimilar to many roads in New Hampshire and Vermont on which I’ve driven. The difference is ...