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- Continental Breakfast
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The night in a farmhouse was incredible. The owners have two houses built in the 1780 but with some mod cons like good bathrooms. We stayed in the actual house property which had four rooms in the building opposite the farmhouse, Casa Cu Zorele in Crit whilst the others were housed in the other property which consisted of four separate buildings with antique furniture, these were given the name of the museum...... Our guide took us on a drive ...
After forcing myself to stay awake until 11pm last night, you can only imagine the disappointment that I experienced, when at 4am my eyes flew wide open. The room was warm, so I had opened the windows, and am not sure if I dreamed it, or if it actually happened, but I was awakened by something that sounded like water droplets falling into a bucket of water. I tried EVERYTHING to go back to sleep. But, No go! I think that I was upset because prior to going to bed, ...
... It was heaven. Unfortunately I have not been able to sleep so far so I am hoping once we are on the ship that will change. There is no air conditioning as the hotel turns it off after a certain date. As it is unseasonably warm, the rooms are also. There are 2 million cars and 200000 parking spaces.Do the math Had another great meal at La Mama. Very reasonable too. To Morrow we have a city tour and then on to the ...
... had finished the meal we returned to the hostel to pick up our luggage before heading to the train station via the metro. We boarded the train and had a cosy 6 bed compartment for the 4 of us… until around midnight when the occupants of the other 2 beds decided to show up when we were all pretty much asleep, how considerate of them. To be fair we had had our own privacy all evening so we couldn't complain. The beds were surprisingly comfy, although 6 people in one cabin is rather ...
... megalomaniacal, and he built many expensive follies. Eventually the people revolted against him in 1989, and he and his wife were executed by a firing squad. He was replaced by Ion Iliescu as President, and Petre Roman as prime minister, after elections that were reputed to involve coercion and intimidation. Student protests against the former Communist ruler were ruthlessly squashed by 20,000 coal miners shipped in by Iliescu.
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