Hotel Poiana, Poiana Brasov
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... We have found that although people here are nice once you get to know them, they all have a very stern and sour look on their face - all the time! The owner of Hotel Christina explained it to us, and he reminded us that many people in Romania live pretty difficult lives and perhaps that is why they don't smile. I'm not convinced that this is the only reason for the scowls, but I will buy it for now.
The castle's history was quite involved, and, ...
... Brasov. Whilst we were on the bus the German guy decided to jump off at another town before going back to Brasov. I would of joined him but I was leaving that night so wanted to go back and make some food before heading off to Serbia. When I arrived back at the hostel I started to cook my food straight away because I was starving. The door bell went and I answered it because the receptionist wasn't there. He was an American guy who was fluent in Romanian. He was a ...
... to Scotland! I also FaceTimed my family and talked to them for a bit while they were preparing for Christmas. This morning we said goodbye to our fabulous flat mates Jo and Marijn after living with them for over a week. It was so sad to see them leave as they were some of the first people we met here and they helped us settle in and find our way around Brasov. We then had a ...
... Hulk might break them in one late night "let me out!" It is an easy decision to stay with the plan to use the tent. Once refreshed, we head downstairs for more orientation-- and are offered some local brandy. Although we politely decline, we are reassured that we are able to help ourselves anytime we wish. We learn that dinner is at eight in the cellar, breakfast is at nine in one of the outbuildings and lunch is served during ...
... steaks with puree, all very nice. As we were quite exhausted after lunch we more or less collapsed and had an afternoon nap, after which we headed out down the street to get haircuts and now we are just waiting for Tibi to arrive home from work so that we can go into the old city and see all the Christmas lights.
*Internet here is mind-blowing: 94 Mbps down, 80 Mbps up. Australia won't catch up to these speeds for 10+ years.