Hotel Poiana, Poiana Brasov
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Poiana Brasov
... the pipes. We tell him plumber. He agrees, he has heard that word. He tells me he has worked all over in Romania, Hungary, Italy, even Chicago and New York. He tells me his cousin is a driver, he worked in Chicago as a driver for my president Obama many years ago. I am pretty sure he is embellishing. Again he tells me to be careful, that even he had his wallet taken by a bad gypsy. Victor is a Good Gypsy. Victor's family does not appear to speak English - at ...
... schedule for holidays. We decided to take a taxi to the bus station. We arrived there and missed the next bus to Bran by 2 mins. We met an American who had looked up when her bus to Sibiu was supposed to go. It was wrong so she was upset. We listened to her while she processed the annoyance. I get it. She worked on mercy ships. We talked about that a little bit. It sounds really cool. We had to wait an hr for ...
5pm. My first coffee for the day and somehow I seem to be sitting at the same café I was at yesterday. I didn't mean to be a creature of habit – I just didn’t want to sit at the first café with a free table. I don’t want to look more desperate for a caffeine fix than I actually am. A coffee drinker in a land of chai.
I’m feeling grateful for not understanding a single word of Romanian. There is a table of ...
... we walked passed the Black Church, gotta go to the local haunts like Andos, Cafe 13, For Sale (peanut bar), Ceai et cetera as well as going shopping where I bought the best boots in the world. So ****in' awesome.
Iulia was a lovely host and the perfect Romanian mum who took good care of her kid and new associated kid. So many new inside ...
... flood came and both were washed away within seconds. Her body was found further down the trail, but his was not recovered for a few days. His body was found in the city several kilometers away. Nature can be so very beautiful, and so very deadly.
We filled our water bottles from the natural spring at the gorge. It was some of the loveliest water I have ever had in my life: cold, crisp and clean. Then we drove on to visit the Fortress of ...