Codrisor

28 Codrisor Street, Bistrita, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bistrita

Rural Romania

A travel blog entry by agbucks

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... Romania is not part of the Schengen Zone and so the border with Hungary is more substantial. We even have to show our passports.

*The Romanian language seems easier to pronounce than that of the countries we have recently visited.

* At 11.15 am it is already 33 degrees. Air con is on.

*As we enter Romania, the roads deteriorate, horse & carts compete for road space ...

Battling the Transfagarasan

A travel blog entry by liliflynn

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... its lofty position atop a mountain, requiring some 1500 steps to reach. Lesser known by tourists, this is the actual castle of Vlad the Impaler, however, it predominately lies in ruins thanks to a bombardment of Turkish artillery. Featuring some examples of impaling at the entrance and it's eerie history made this castle an imposing sight. Back in the car we begun our journey along the Transfagarasan. After the first 60km ...

Driving to Transylvania

A travel blog entry by liliflynn

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The day kicks-off with a long drive to Transylvania, covering some of the most scenic countryside that I have ever driven through. Long winding roads through mountain passes, peasant villages, rolling green hills and Romania's best music on the radio were consistent throughout the 6 hour journey. However, it came at the cost of an average speed of 60km/h, as the roads become infuriatingly poor quality for long periods of time and overtaking battles were fought over ...

A step back in time...

A travel blog entry by wendalex

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... a magnificent saxon church inside. The great thing about visiting places here in Romania is the complete lack of Health and Safety regulations… it means you can crawl into dark rooms and up dusty staircases all at your own risk. If you die… well, you should have taken more care. Very few rooms are locked and you can clamber up and down rickety ancient wooden ladders all day. But as I found out, the folk that built these places were not six foot tall, and ...

The Peasant Life

A travel blog entry by liliflynn

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... the planet. Highlighted by the beautiful wooden churches, with their tall spires and intricately carved gates that were sprinkled throughout the region. The main church was surrounded by lush gardens and traditional Romanian buildings, perfect for an evening of exploration off the beaten track. Dinner was a unique experience at the Casa Lurca restaurant. With very little English spoken by the staff, Rose and I eventually ordered ...

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