Continental Turnu Severin
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a celebratory end to a really relaxing and beautiful afternoon of cruising.The Iron Gates Lock 2 we passed during our dinner hour so we didn't go out and watch that process. Lock 1 took nearly 1 ½ hours to complete and it was fascinating to watch us go through the two levels of the lock.We only had four locks after Budapest, but we went through 66 locks from Bonn, Germany, to Budapest, Hungary - for a total of 70 locks on this trip!
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... with little difficulty but it is so easy to get these things right. Indeed the Facebook page for our accommodation turns out to show an accurate map; they just did not bother to get in right on their booking.com entry.
All was forgiven when we arrived, this is one up on what we offered at the Gasthof. Here they have free beer, not just the first one, free beer . I am sorry, I have to write that again, free beer! ...
... road surface was hıghly varıable, lovely smooth ashpalt then smashed up track a lanny would struggle wıth. Immensley ırrıtatıng.
Also harrased by dogs regularly,they snap close to the heels. When I was younger I traveled wıth my parents we encountered the same problem, so my mother and I would ınvent dog vapourısers to help me cope wıth the fear... I wanted ...
... had several significant climbs which were only made harder because of the heat.
Lunch on the Island
By lunch time we had peeled off 60 km and we had dropped from a bluff down to Ostrove Mare on a large artificial island in the Donau.
We stopped under a shade tree in a field of weeds, wildflowers and blooming sunflowers behind us. Junko and Hiro rarely choose to sit with us and lately prefer to eat ...
... bridges that had them. Most didn't. And then we had to share the road while making it through two short, but dark, tunnels. Not nice at all. The last tunnel was just before the Iron Gate Hydroelectric Dam eyesore which is also an exit point into Serbia. We were happy when we passed it because, from there, the road was still wide and truck traffic going our way virtually disappeared.
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