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... and it was honestly so much fun!!! We counted down in Romanian and then the fireworks and singing only got more insane hahaha. It was such an incredible night, and so different to what we're used to for New Years with the weather and traditional singing and dancing! Today we slept right in as we only got to bed at 2am- and then started packing and planning our weekend in Rome! Tomorrow morning ...
... people of Bucharest you can expect traffic jam every Saturday morning and Sunday evening on these roads. However there are project to improve the infrastructure of Romania and according planning a motorway between Brasov and Bucharest would be in service around 2017.
Luckily we were not fully in the traffic jam. After approximately 2 hours we arrived to our first attraction: the Busteni mountains….
Busteni is a small touristic place where ...
I don’t know if it’s just because I’m not staring at a screen for hours every day and I miss it (hahaha) but Romania seems to be full of great fonts. Not sure if this is a gothic thing or a Romanian thing and I should probably do some research before I start making some wild guesses. But I have, I’m sure, made a few people curious as I stand in front of otherwise
... While this was really nice, probably the most notable thing about this day trip was the temperature. It was absolutely freezing!! So much so that I had to buy a second pair of socks while we were there to try and thaw my feet out.
There isn’t a lot else to about Brasov and its surrounding villages. The scenery is great and it’s very cheap. The mulled wine is especially nice in the cold weather and the people, like Bucharest, are very ...
... Brasov was Bran where Bran castle is situated. Bran Castle is probably one of the most famous places in Romania as it is also called 'Draculas Castle’ because it looks slightly scary (not really) not because it has anything to do with Dracula. Dracula, a character created by an Irish author, was based in Transylvania and based on Vlad the Impaler, a Romanian ...