ALPIN Hotel Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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... and windows are very small and there are secret passageways, some which we navigated with difficulty. The castle houses 60 timbered rooms, and some of these are connected by underground passageways.
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“Although Stoker never visited Transylvania, the Irish author relied on research and his vivid imagination to create the dark and intimidating stomping ground of Count Dracula, leading to persistent myths that ...
Today is the day that I go to Cluj-Napoca. Yay! Boring 7 hr train. I'm not feeling good. I'm legit sick this time. It isn't terrible but I'm not enjoying the feeling of needing to sneeze but being unable. I also am not enjoying the itchy throat. I'm don't really feel bad. It's more just very annoying. I'm not ...
... so amazing. To get to the concert we had to walk through the centre. The lights and decorations down the 'walking street' were so beautiful. The big Christmas tree was also so amazing. After the concert, all the flat mates went out for pizza together as Jo and Marijn are leaving in a few days. The pizza and company was so great! Overall it's been a jam packed couple of days which have been good as it means we are making the most of our time ...
Didn't really have much of a game plan for exactly where too today.
After having a play with the GPS, which was saying we could only go half as far in double the time, we determined that Bucharest was way beyond our reach. During the previous afternoon the idea of Transylvania in Romania came up, and with no better suggestion than that it proved to be the target.
Car packed my city driving skills were again put to the ...
... going! Apparently this poor little man, with minimal English, works in collaboration with the hostels to help people board the right bus, since otherwise we lowly travelers have not a clue what to do. He stuck me on the right bus, talked to the driver about my destination, then left, searching for his next victim. The bus whisked me and many others through the town of Brasov (pronounced Brashoff) and I saw its many sides. Wearing facades, ...