Ana Airport Hotel
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Sibiu was a quaint town with a surprisingly beautiful central square hidden behind the walls of the old city. We stayed at a hostel a couple minutes from the city and were basically the only guests aside from a Danish guy named Andreas who was travelling in the opposite direction. We all went out for supper and got traditional food (except for the vegetarian who ate polenta and cheese with sour cream, which ...
... where the hostel we wanted to stay at is located. We retraced our route and found it.
The man who owns the hostel is incredibly friendly and helpful. He was patient in answering our tons of questions and tried to help us find an automatic car, unfortunately without success. Jason and I went to explore the medieval city of Sibiu and really enjoyed walking through the large pedestrian only areas. Along the way, we were checking rental ...
... Sorin's was an even better alternative, even without needing to reverse the Gypsy's curse. However, staying another night at Sorin's became an absolute necessity once we refused the Gypsy's request for money when we strolled one of Sibiu's quiet back streets.
Not understanding whatever the Gypsy's language was, it was obvious that he was cursing us, angrily muttering unintelligible words. ...
... experience, as I can't imagine there being another place on Earth that comes anything close to resembling this. You simply don't want to leave the place, because it's so enchanting!
The owners put it best - they built the place for themselves and turned it into a guesthouse, and it simply happened that all their guests over the years have fallen in love with it. He's installed little shacks for reading and relaxing on ...
... fast 20 kilometre hop to the turning for the Transfăgărășan.
The road was built by the Romanian military at the instigation of the communist dictator Nicolai Coucescu supposedly for tactical reasons, but it is nowadays thought to be his pet vanity project. He set out to create an Alpine drive to rival the best in the west, and he surely succeeded.
A lot of money was spent and a lot of ...