Hotel Dambovita

Address: Libertatii Blvd 1, Targoviste, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Libertatii Blvd 1, Targoviste, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Time to say goodbye

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Aug 08, 2015

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    ... thinking outside the box of my own culture; learning new things. Every Romanian woman knows how to do this; it is so simple to them but I am not Romanian. What is simple to one person or a given is not to another. I am an Australian and I can do something Romanian-that's cool!

    Sandu comes over and shows me how to cut grass Romanian style-do you know some of these people don't use a mower. It's certainly a good way to get fit but I am terrible at it! You have ...


    A travel blog entry by milkywaykiwi on Nov 02, 2013

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    ... never understood the point of it being there. Feeling too cold and too hot in the same time... my senses definitely refused to multitask. Then, eons later when I discovered Wellington with its famous five seasons in one day: spring, summer, autumn, winter and Monsoon, November became just a beautiful memory.

    Romanian November had also dubious colours: gray and black. Frost, chernozem, dead forest leaves and ...

    Land of the strays

    A travel blog entry by lorievans on Aug 13, 2013

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    Ever since our arrival in Romania, we have encountered multitudes of stray dogs and the occasional cat or kitten. Unfortunately, one of our riders suffered a fall after being chased by a dog in a small village (no harm done to rider or bike) but for the most part, the dogs have been either disinterested or quite friendly. At most of the coffee stops and lunch stops, there's been a "mascot" for us all to shower w/ affection and provide a couple of treats. ...

    The Roman Ruins of Jidova -Oct. 20 Part 3

    A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 20, 2011

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    ... so the next step was to boil the beans and then drink the water. Nobody understood why anyone would go to the effort of making "coffee" since it was not a very nice drink.

    Several months later, the truck again arrived from Germany. When the truck driver heard the story of the beans, he was very apologetic and explained that the beans had to be ground first. He promised to bring back a coffee grinder on his next visit. Coffee had been non-existent, at least in ...

    Dracula's old haunts

    A travel blog entry by xerius on Jul 25, 2007

    In a surprising development, after yesterday's incredible heat, I woke up to a fairly pleasant day today. Sure, it was still pretty warm, but suddenly a cool, strong breeze had arrived, making it much easier to get out and do some sightseeing. The forecasters had stated that the weather warning would be lowered from red to orange today, so I guess they were spot on. Even better, tomorrow's supposed to be even cooler - down to a code green ...