Mara Hostel Brasov
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... day view Vlad Tepes as a hero for his fierce insistence on honesty and order. It’s worth mentioning that most written sources regarding his reign are based on the numerous propagandistic pamphlets spread by the Germans with the help of their new invention, the printing press.”
We walked up the cobblestone pathway to Bran Castle, built in 1377 as a fort and perched atop a 200-foot-high rock. It owes its fame, in part, to the myth of Dracula. ...
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The center piece of our day was a visit to Sighisoara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I cannot remember how many of these special sites we have gone to during this trip, but there are many!
Sighisoara is a medieval town, founded by Germans many centuries ago. It is delightful to walk through the narrow, cobbled streets, climb the steep stairways, wander into secluded squares ...
... Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use)
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 10
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Exploring Old Town, getting cold and riding a night train
... I think she is just waiting to enter the more expensive countries so that she can be sure of the authenticity of the brands and please her ego by paying the full value of the merchandise.
Yesterday we went on a day trip around Transylvania to visit some of the castles. To sum up, we got home five hours later than we expected (13hours total), had to pay extra before arriving home, Belinda was carsick the majority of the trip and our ...
... see our open maps and not only tell us how to get there, but walk us to our destination. I was surprised at how many people spoke English, although my Russian helped a little as they use the Cyrillic alphabet and many of the words on signage and such was similar enough that I could figure it out. Back on the train… we had a very decent night’s sleep in the cabin once the train sped up enough to get the air flowing and we arrived in Bucharest around ...