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Travel Blogs from Drobeta-Turnu Severin
... 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 ...
... is one of the largest plants in Europe and is shared by both Romania and Serbia. I can't imagine how that actually works especially when you consider that it was built when Serbia was Yugoslavia and Romania was controlled by the Soviet Union. The paperwork must have been staggering!
Though I enjoyed the peaceful cruise today I must mention that it came at a cost. Yes we could cruise with little or no effort along the smooth waters but building ...
During the rein of Emperor Hadrian (117-138 AD) Drobeta was declared a city. It took its name of Turnu Severin (meaning the Tower of Severus) from a tower on the north bank of the Danube built by the Byzantines. There are three villages today administered under one city ...
... cycling from Drobeta Turnu Severin. "My boyfriend will take you", she told us. That was music to our ears. Junko couldn't believe that I even had brought it up. Sometimes she does like my assertiveness!!
She said dinner would be at 7 pm. No menu, just chicken soup, chicken and french fries. We retreated to our rooms, did today's wash, showered and relaxed. We decided to stay an extra day at this lovely place. Turns out, Irena's ...
... 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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- Wheelchair accessibility