Domenii Plaza By Residence
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... popular sports in Romania (football, and not the American kind) and her childhood and how long she’d lived in the city. She told me about her brother and past family vacations and her studies to become a lawyer, which really impressed me.
In Romania, college is quite cheap compared to the United States, and one does not get a bachelor’s degree and then go to law school. College is around $500-700 a year, and studies to become a lawyer start right ...
... pictures without asking but I also didn't want to stop to ask - I'd been warned that they can be very aggressive beggars and didn't want to get myself or my fellow riders into a contentious situation. I've been trying all week for a way to describe Romania and it's very difficult. I am deeply intrigued with it but can't really explain why. It is, for the most part, a very backward country with even the affluent parts ...
... the tombs showing how people died using as much humour as possible? Go hiking in the apparently famous Carpathian mountains? See the castles, including Draculas? Visit some Saxon villages? Gosh, what to do, what to do!
We finally plotted our route; 1 night in Bucharest, followed by 5 nights in Brasov which seemed to be a good base to see most of the above (but no cemetery or monasteries). Then we would be taking an overnight train to Budapest for our last 3 days.
We felt immediately at home once we reached the hostel in Bucharest. Our first night 2 sister hostels got together for a BBQ and drinks...all free from the hostel. What generous people! That night we went on a pub crawl to some great underground bars. One bar we had to go through a closed antique shop, down a flight of ...
... in the streams. It is a real shame.
The last 100 kilometres or so towards Bucharest, the land scape changes to the land being very flat and was similar to how it was when we first entered the country.
We arrived at our campsite at around 5pm after a long drive. It wasn't necessarily a long drive mileage wise. They just don't have many motorways or dual carriage ways.
Our campsite was situated about ...