Hotel Poiana, Poiana Brasov
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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This day in Transylvania had a focus on Count Dracula, or in reality, the background that built the myth of Dracula. Much of this story comes from the city of Sighisoara, but much of the legend is built in today's location - the city of Bran.
I needed to get this legend straight in my mind, so I am copying some information from the internet to help me fill out this myth:
"Vlad Tepes was born in 1428 in the fortress city of Sighisoara. His father, ...
... was ok. Bran is a really cute town. The castle was just a castle. I wasn't impressed. I know let down. It was a fun trip though. We ate lunch after the castle and Bibiana was really hangry. Hangry is hungry and angry put together. Most of the places didn't take cards so that annoyed her. She didn't have much money. After the castle we went back to Brasov. We got off at a stop before the one we took to go to ...
... half an hour looking into her beautiful little face fast asleep and not wanting to let go. There are some really little ones- newborns even and cuddling such a sweet little bundle of joy is amazing. Walking home tonight Lee and I were both in a warm little happy bubble - this afternoon shift had been amazing for us both. Tomorrow we've got a morning shift and then we're spending the afternoon out of town slightly at a different ...
... but it seems to rack up a lot of Lei, and we realize he is using a high rate, probably the middle of the night one, but we cop it sweet. This is the one and only time we were scammed in Romania. Walk to our hotel on the main square and book in. The square, and the old area around it, are indeed as the Lonely Planet describes. It is an oasis in the middle of a modern town. There are food market stalls set up in the square, and there are lots of outdoor restaurants.
... my walk, I saw many little snowmen and made one myself (not as fun when you are alone). Everywhere I went, I was regarded intensely, the obvious stranger in this town. I felt a bit like an alien. I ate some snow. Maybe I was glowing green from whatever was in the snow, and that’s why people kept looking at me that strange way. I couldn’t gauge tourism because I was traveling in the off season, but I do believe I was the only American ...