Ice Hotel Romania
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Another homestay, this time in Viscri which is, like Sighisoara, another Unesco World Heritage site. I was expecting not to have running water and instead drop toilets, but things have progressed a little here and are more sophisticated. However the beds were the old style Romanian ones that are inside the drawers of a large chest!
The village people are largely Roma (gypsies) but 15 Saxons remain along with the impressive Saxon fortified ...
... to stay on as a volunteer until they find more help. I asked Dorothy if it would be appropriate for me to volunteer to help. I talked to the two older ladies who are in charge of the coffee shop and they said they would love to have the extra help. I'll be talking to them this week to work everything out.
A Touching Story
I was talking to a man today about his childhood. He said because it was hard for families to ...
On the morning of 9th July, after a trip to Penny Markt (which made us feel even
more that we had been transported back to Germany) we stood ourselves
on the road to hitchhike to Saschiz, the village where my sister had
spent quite a few months of the last two years doing research into the
plant life for her masters in Biodiversity. I'd been in touch, very last minute, with a few colleagues and friends of hers from the village and we were scheduled to meet ...
... my boat advance in the heart of the danube delta,our destination....canals after canals,fishermen,tourists,all of them trying to memorize the landscapes,the birds fly,the plants and ...all images.. from the villagge,in a smnall boat,a visit i on some nice lakes...white tailed eagle is our guide,the pelicans are our ...
WOW! What a fun experience in Viscri! But before we get there...first we stopped the minibus to visit a village called Saschiz, the village of The Seven churches. Only one of the seven churches is still standing from 1493. It is known as a fortified church, which was a type of Transylvanian church that was not only used for religious purposes but also had defensive roles in order to protect the congregation. Right up the hill from the ...