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11/15/14 Constanta, Romania
After we ran through the cold and wind to get back on the ship, I warned Bruce that we probably wouldn't want to go on the 4 hour walking tour of Constanta, which is further north and forecast to be colder. We’d pay but we wouldn’t go. He said to try it out, that Gail would probably feel the same way, but that we should try it. In the end we might all pay $25 to go back into our beds!
Ros and most of the passengers have left the ship for Transylvania and an overnight stay. I have opted to stay on board and to do the half day tour today. After seeing the crowd off on their long trip to Transylvania the 7 of us and two staff had a lovely morning seeing the old town of Constanta - a walk through the old city, visit to an archaeological museum - ...
CONSTANTA, ROMANIA, OCTOBER 6, 2024
Today we are in Romania having traveled through the Dardanelles, the bosphorus and into the Black Sea. Constanta is the 2nd largest city in romania, Bucharest being the largest. The port of Constanta is very large, the 4th largest in Europe.
We went first to the old center of town where they are attempting to restore ancient Roman ruins. There is a large ...
... we get the sense that he is very envious of the privileged life we live in Western countries. After a nice drive, we arrive at the river and board our boat. I'll just say our cruise thru the Delta is relaxing. There are over 200 species of birds to see here but, as you may well know, those little critters can be pretty evasive sometimes. We do see a couple of white swans from a distance and a few birds in the trees, but it's not exactly what ...
... around the north end of the lake with only catching a slight glimpse of it, then headed south in very flat country with long straight roads to the town of Bataszek. Turning east we crossed about 15k’s of low swampy land that still produced some good sized trees that were being logged in places then onto a large high bridge to cross the Danube and into the town of Baja. There were quite a lot of large freight boats moving up and down the river.