Hotel Meridian Orsova
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... and we are amazed how fast the water is brought into the lock to raise the ship. It takes around 2 hours to pass through 3 locks. As we exit the last lock, the change in topography is dramatic. We went from mostly flatlands with pine trees along the river, to mountains and sheer cliffs. This is how we always pictured it. The scenery is so beautiful we talked about skipping dinner as we watched the sun go down. Ten minutes later we were in ...
... 4 locks on the entire trip compared to nearly 100 last summer on the Vienna to Amsterdam leg of the trip on the Danube. This week it's been hot! It gets into the. 90's every afternoon. Right now I'm sitting in the air conditioned lounge enjoying the scenery in the deck below the top deck. The locals and tour directors have been very nice. They really aim ...
... Many a dog would have been atomısed. I want my own dog, balls to the rest of em.
Dıd 95 mıles before the days end, couldn`t bear the thought of campıng so ıt was another room for the nıght. prork steak and beer was a swell supper. Back to campıng tomorrow. I hope I suffer no more weak perıods mentally... I don`t lıke my stubborn sıde beıng ...
On this beautiful, lazy, sunny day it is hard to imagine the difficulties ships faced trying to navigate this area in the past. Until as recently as 1973 ships had to be coaxed through the Sip Channel by locomotive.
Before that, in 1890. the Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Joseph, along with Romanian king Carol 1 and Serbian king Alexander Obrenovich decided they should blast rocks near Orsova, Romania, to deepen and widen the passage. ...
During the rein of Emperor Hadrian (117-138 AD) Drobeta was declared a city. It took its name of Turnu Severin (meaning the Tower of Severus) from a tower on the north bank of the Danube built by the Byzantines. There are three villages today administered under one city ...