Sport Hotel & Spa
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We left the hostel at 9:30am to go on a tour of all the main sights in Transylvania. Our first stop was Peles Palace, former home of the Romanian royal family. Whilst the facade fave the impression that it was hundreds if years old, the palace was only built in the late 1800s this meant that at the time it was built it had full central heating and electricity as well as a sliding glass roof in the ...
... was to our surprise packed. When we reached the main square at the top of the high street dance music was blaring out and everyone was gathered around a stage it turned out to be a guy on an exercise bike doing some sort of exercise class with people in the crowd joining in. Very healthy entertainment for a Saturday night out! We wandered around the black church before deciding to find somewhere for dinner. ...
... old skeleton style you'd expect. That night we stayed in Sibiu and saw the town square and clock tower. It was much more metropolitan than most of the towns we had been to so far. Saturday found us exploring the open air museum of Sibiu and learning about old-fashioned windmills and seed presses. That took most of the morning so we drove back to Moeciu that night and had dinner at a riotously loud restaurant with live music playing a wonderful mix of traditional Romania songs ...
... to the downfall of Communism. However, Romania's revolution was the only one that forcibly overthrew the government and led to the execution of the leader Nicolae Ceausescu. There were a series of street protests and violence in several Romanian cities, but it was on December 23, that the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena Ceausescu were forced to flee. They were captured and tried by a military tribunal on several charges, ...
Nearing the end of our Eastern Europe adventure, we were still to experience the castles, lakes and communist concrete jungle that our last three countries had to offer.
So off we went to our 30th country of our 2 year journey, Slovenia. Soon we were to realise that the little country of Slovenia had lots to offer. The querky capital city of Ljubljana had a beautiful castle looking over the city, an ...