Ana Hotel Poiana
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... the father of Vlad Tepes, spent his youth at the royal court and later distinguished himself as a brave knight in the fight against the Ottoman Empire.
For his deeds, the Order of the Dragon was bestowed upon him, hence the title Dracul (the Latin word for dragon is draco). While in medieval lure dragons served as symbols of independence, leadership, strength and wisdom, the biblical association of the devil with the serpent that tempted Adam and Eve ...
... Thanks Leslie if you read this. I had garlic soup and it was great. Luckily I'm not kissing anyone tonight. I maybe unconsciously ordered it bc I was at Dracula's castle. I also had chicken with spinach and mashed potatoes. I couldn't ask for more. They also had good wine. Oh yeah weird of the day. I got "salad" at first lunch at the bus stop. It was only pickles. I don't like pickles. So yeah it went into the ...
... shops and in the weekends when we have time off we'll do some real sight-seeing and visit the tourist spots! I am so very grateful for this opportunity and to make a difference this way, no matter how small, means so much to me. I love going home knowing that we'll see those gorgeous faces again tomorrow- leaving in a few weeks will definitely be hard, but I'm sure we'll still have nothing but wonderful memories to cherish. Love to you all ...
... sold her Roseville house and moved to St Ives.
We finish our meal just as it starts to rain, make it back to the hotel to rest, then out about 8pm in the pouring rain to find Bella Muzica, the hotel/restaurant where we were thinking of booking. We get an initial knock-back because they are full in the restaurant proper downstairs, but after Dianne asks a woman sitting by herself if she would mind sharing, we are offered a table by the waiter in the ...
... information center to ask if I could plug in my camera battery for a little while. I asked the woman behind the desk, and she didn’t even acknowledge that I was speaking something she couldn’t understand. She just stared at me. No head shake, nothing. So I pulled out my charger and started sticking it into the wall. She still stared. Now, come on. Fine if we can’t speak the same language – I am the foreigner – but ...