Hotel Guci

St Rascoalei din 1907 nr 23, Constanta, 900727, Romania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on St Rascoalei din 1907 nr 23, Constanta.
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Travel Blogs from Constanta

Constanta

A travel blog entry by aschavemaker on Oct 11, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

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 - ...

ROAM'IN IN ROMANIA

A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 06, 2014

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... port. The mosaic floor is about 75% intact and is very impressive.

We then drove to Histria. This is the oldest settlement in Romania having been founded in 674 BC by the Greeks. Originally the Danube ran to the northeast, the Black Sea was to the south and a large lake was to the south. So there was ample fresh water and the town thrived. It was taken over by the Romans in 28 AD who expanded it and built ...

Day 15 Constanta

A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Sep 03, 2014

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... it could be. A seafood lunch is included, but because of my dislike of fish, I was lucky enough to get a cold cut platter instead. Rox braves it; when they set down her lunch of pickled herring, pike and salmon roe, I had to move a few tables over. I swear she was sweating seafood from her pores (sorry seafood lovers!) I could barely take the 2hr return trip - I love her anyway! Tomorrow is an "at sea" day and then our next stop is Batumi, ...

Episode 14

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Aug 30, 2014

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... international border. Quite perplexed at this my humans were, nothing on the map showed that we were near a border, still a good way to the Ukrainian border. The sat-nav was a bit useless, only had the very main roads and no real detail and D didn’t have Moldova on any of the SD cards that would fit the sat-nav. After a few questions we found out that it is the border to Transnistria.

Never heard of it, nor had my humans, but D spoke to ...

Bucharest and Constanta

A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 06, 2014

... of the city was destroyed during the war, the destruction of historic sections by the communist and how the city and country was changed during the communist rule. It was very clear they hate the Russians but are worried about what is happening now in nearby Ukraine. When we talked about the Russian river cruise, the tour guide said it was better to visit Russia than have the Russians visit ...