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... Tulcea was an interesting city. It sits on a bend of the Danube, near the beginning of the delta. It is generally considered a tourist city, as the boat tours of the delta begin here. We parked near the museums and aquarium and went for a walk on the waterfront. It is not a very attractive waterfront. The river looks very industrial at this point, and the buildings on the city side are 1970s concrete apartment blocks. A few new buildings have been or are being ...
... a good hour at lunch using the free wifi and enjoying the comfort of some cool air despite the fact many people still smoked at tables and indoor environments. The beach area was something else. There is about 7km of white sandy beaches all with bars, clubs, extravagant seating (couches etc) and loud club music (Yes! at 2pm in the afternoon) and all linked by a cable car which stretches the length of the ...
... the 3 months we have been traveling together Junko and Hiro who, like most Japanese, tend to be targets for con artists, fast talking touts or taxi drivers and the like, have had a crash course on how to avoid becoming a victim of those practices.
When they arrived in Constanta, by themselves, they were put to the test. Hiro rode his bike the 3 km to the hotel while Junko took a taxi that was willing to use his meter! Junko kept a sharp eye ...
... got here around 29 BC. In AD 8, the Roman poet Ovid was banished here by Augustus, who lamented his exile in his poems, saying that the area was "by his account a town located in a war-stricken cultural wasteland on the remotest margins of the empire". Not much has changed.
Our excellent guide was well informed, and easy to understand. After boarding our bus we drove about forty-five minutes to the south to visit the town ...
... finally made it back just after 11...breakfast on the pavement in Frankfurt had long since lost its charm by then.
On we convoyed towards Klatnovy in Czech Republic for the next checkpoint and the legendary Czechout party. Tents set up with all the other ralliers and we tracked uphill through through the forest to find the castle. It was an amazing party. Food was great, local musicians, fire eaters, stunning castle grounds, a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking