ALPIN Hotel Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... are not talking to us but milling around, looking bored. Craig keeps his eye on them. At last their train arrives and they leave. I think maybe Victor is a Good Gypsy, taking a moment to be friendly and practice his English. Our train arrives and we find our comfortable sleeping car and settle in. I will have wi-if till we reach the Hungarian border, so I try to catch up on my blog. The scenery from our window is pretty much what we saw earlier on our ride with ...
... br> Because Florin has been leading tours for many years, the people working at the sites know and must like him because our group got preferential treatment wherever we went.
Did I mention our guide is great? If following my example, make sure you have the right company. Ivan Florin at Brasov Day Trips NOT Brasov Day Tours, that company also has a ...
... day as we are preparing for volunteering tomorrow. We watched more of our TV series and admired our view from our balcony. At dinner we sat down with one of the other girls who is from the Netherlands and compared our countries currency, drivers licenses and passports. It was so cool learning more about another culture which is so far from NZ. I really can't wait to start work tomorrow and experience the amazing work of ...
... the Council Square, known to the Saxon population as the Markplatz, is a nice place to rest and soak surrounded by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains.
Built between 1400 and 1650, part of Brașov's defensive fortifications can still be seen today, though most was taken down in the 19th century to make room for the city's expansion. With a stream running along Dupa Ziduri Street on the west side of the wall, you'll ...
... t matter who owned the fields, there was just an understanding that the sheep would be allowed to traverse. I tried to imagine that happening in Canada but the thought boggled my mind. I could just imagine the paperwork involved in trying to get permission to cross someones land.
I got out of the car and took a picture of a driver with his horse and cart. I could see how important having a blacksmith in this part of the world would be, as ...