Capri

Address: Str. Mircea Cel Batran 109, Constanta, 8700, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Str. Mircea Cel Batran 109, Constanta.
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Travel Blogs from Constanta

Constanta

A travel blog entry by karangi on Apr 21, 2015

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... extensive beachfront.




FYI -- Constanta was founded by the Greeks as Tomis around 2,500 years ago. It is rumored to have been the place where Jason and the Argonauts landed after securing the Golden Fleece of legend. The Romans conquered in 71BCE and renamed it in honor of the sister of the Roman Emperor of the time.


Today it is the fourth largest port in Europe after Rotterdam, Antwerp and Marseille. ...

Slug Body Again

A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on Nov 15, 2014

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... It is very atmospheric, philosophical, sad, moody. I’m not sure there’s anything set in Fes, but maybe I can at least find Morocco

We have completely delightful dinner companions, Jim and Jenna. The 4 of us are at a table for 8. We found out we lost 4 because they got moved to early dining. I’m afraid they’ll abandon us too, as we have skipped dinner in favor of the buffet 2 nights in a row. Tonight we’ll ...

Salut

A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie on Oct 13, 2014

... falling apart, totally uncared for and miserable looking. One of the excursions went to Bucharest but it was a 12 hour bus journey and we couldn't bring ourselves to sign up to that. We'd love to see Bucharest but the distance and time put us off. This country is struggling to come out of it's communist past but they have a long way to go. It is the largest port on the Black Sea ...

Constanta

A travel blog entry by aschavemaker on Oct 11, 2014

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... subjected to torture if the refused to disclose what people said in the confessional - outrageous! Then a drive through the countryside to a huge winery where we sampled 5 of the local wines. Surprisingly, we were not able to buy any but were told to go to the supermarket - opportunity lost. Drinks on the house and lots of happy chat over dinner rounded out a lovely ...

ROAM'IN IN ROMANIA

A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 06, 2014

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... Over time the Danube and the Black Sea silted up and changed course so that they were no longer near the town. Thus the town eventually collapsed.

The ruins were very interesting with rows of houses and warehouses. This was a very active commercial town. There were cisterns and aqueducts to bring in water. This town is about 1 hour outside of present day Constanta. Tomorrow onto Nessebur, Bulgaria.
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