Carol Parc Hotel
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... and Princess Ferdinand and Marie and their children. No queues here but very interesting to see how the royals lived in what was clearly a family home.
The journey on to Bucharest was not the most exciting but it was swift. Good roads and not so much traffic that it affected our pace. Soon we were in the city riding on wide boulevards towards our hotel right in the centre.
Once out of our biking ...
... tea and a dark chocolate chip bread roll. I usually try to eat the local cuisine, but didn't do so well on Romanian food whilst here!! For a start it was hard to find anywhere. And once you had found somewhere, the menu was just meat. Never mind! Just along the road was the University Piata - again really not much here. A few more buildings. Apparently there are still bullet marks from the 1989 uprising around here, but I didn't spot ...
... another Saxon settlement in the more open agricultural countryside about fifty kilometres from Sigishoara. Prince Charles is a patron of Viscri and one of his many charities provides financial support to maintain their way of life and to preserve their buildings. Getting to Viscri means taking a detour off the beaten track down mostly a dirt-track road. The Raven does his stuff. Viscri is as arresting as Sigishoara... but in ...
... by the late Nikolai Ceauscu. A magnificent structure above ground that is equally amazing underground with its massive parking and secret tunnels that lead to other major buildings; and, as rumor has it, all the way back to the airport in case an unplanned escape was needed. We check into the Marriott, drop our bags off, and walk back to the city (downhill this time) to catch a free walking tour. ...
... start a new life" after some bad experiences with racism in the American South. Louis was a bell-hop in the middle of a month-long Euro-trip, and If was visiting friends during a break from teaching English in Spain. We went to the starting point for the pub crawl, and started the check in process. When taking my small organization fee, the guy asked if I was in the military. I assured him I wasn't, to which he replied my short hair, fit physique, and decidedly American accent ...