Address: Bd. Grivitei 32, Brasov, Transylvania, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bd. Grivitei 32, Brasov, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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A travel blog entry by jaxtravels on Jun 10, 2015

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Thunder boomed us awake before dawn, then I fell back asleep and dreamed that our tour for the day would have to be canceled, but by the time we were to meet Florin, it was fine. 2 villages planned for today, Viscri was the first. A rutted sometimes paved road took us past a ...


A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 30, 2015

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Yes the mannequins were really weird with the face paint and stuff. I love mannequins bc they are just so interesting. I talked with Max about his adventure. I gave my expert advice as to which roads he should take. Haha. He's a cool Englishman. I left the hostel at 10:25 to go to Brasov. I started to become anxious about getting a train. I kept telling myself "it's ok if you miss the 11:15 train bc there's another 2 pm." There are plenty of trains from Bucharest to Brasov. ...

Deeper in Transylvania

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 21, 2014

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... been there or what will happen to them.

We knew beforehand that there is a synagogue here open to the public and we were both amazed when we passed it on a main street and it looked as beautiful as it does. It was closed this time, but we already planned to visit it tomorrow. We continued walking toward the tourist information centre, but we could tell it was going to rain. The information centre was closed too, so we started to head back to the ...

Plastic capes

A travel blog entry by aszliross on Oct 31, 2013

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... the hillside and castle block out the sun. The forest looms large on one side and the other side is a sheer drop off. The castle was originally a Teutonic knight fortress, that was later donated by the city to Romanian Queen Mary in 1920 for her medical work on the front lines during WWI. She renovated it and turned it into her summer getaway which gave it today's appearance. During the communist era it was confiscated, but maintained as a valuable site. Later, ...

No Dracula Here

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 15, 2013

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... for those long two minutes. You bet I was the first one outta there. The view was breathtaking! I went behind the BRASOV sign, and up up to the top. There, I met an older Romanian couple who recommended I visit other mountains nearby and who insisted that Romanian is the purest descendent of Latin, and that Italian is a *******ized version of their language. They also told me I should hike down, as it's a beautiful path.

Great idea! I had an amazing hike down the side ...

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