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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our hands and there's a real danger of speeches before Guy manages to usher Hilli from the room to tumultuous applause from the assembled company. Anyone interested in knowing exactly who Michael is and what he has achieved (which is truly staggering) can look him up on ridinghalfwayhome.com. Back at Hotel Korona we hear some exciting news from Lottie...there is a possibility that we can all perhaps meet up in Bucharest before she returns to Kabul next week. We'll know in the ...
... has recently been through. They've had a great deal of hardship and pain and are still going through a massive transition. There may be a long way to go but here are young and old together enjoying traditional music and dancing... at least a feeling of some optimism. We leave the music and come across a pizzeria with a pretty little courtyard almost full of local families. We enjoy a delicious pizza, salad, beer and homemade lemonade ...
... right at the top. Lots of world heritage money is clearly being spent there. On our way back to Baia Mara we pass a Lidl and stop to buy fruit and milk. We also meet a very nice Irish couple who are passing through in their camper van with their bicycles strapped to the back. They are also heading south to the Black Sea and gave us some thoughts about where we might go in ...
... machinery and the Romanian version of the haystack is the hayman – it is made
by hand not machine.
*Our destination for tonight is Dej and it is sadly not the rural idyll we hoped. It is a busy little place without too many facilities. We eat yet another pizza supper in a small
restaurant in the old town centre.
* More World Cup football on TV - Germany v Brazil.
Today we have been afforded the chance to quietly divulge our fears regarding the driving capabilities of our new bus driver; today is the day we must trust this stranger (who looks like he may just kill us and eat us) to get us through difficult terrain and questionable road conditions as we make our way to Dracula's castle in the Borgo Pass.
To make matters less interesting for my readers, the Borgo Pass is not an ...