Hotel Alunis

Address: Str. Vulturului 42, Sovata, Transylvania, 545500, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Str. Vulturului 42, Sovata.
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      Travel Blogs from Sovata

      The final week at SMURD Hospital.. :-(

      A travel blog entry by irenea888 on Nov 24, 2014

      73 photos

      ... him and had no idea about it. He was terribly sorry and ensured us he would fix it before we finished work. We packed our stuff and took them all to Osman's room, ate breakfast and finally headed out at about 12pm. Today at the hospital there were not many English speaking nurses around. We were fine with this however the staff are a little self conscious about the English they do know, so sometimes they are uncomfortable having us around. Bolaj did the usual morning routine ...

      Hometown of Dracula

      A travel blog entry by onedude on Jun 05, 2013

      23 photos

      Took a day trip to Sighisoara. It is a small medieval town that is best known as being the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler aka Dracula. It is one of the best preserved medieval towns in all of Europe and supposedly one of the only fortified towns which are ...

      A Voyage To The Vampiric Lands!

      A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jun 14, 2012

      10 photos

      ... and the way of the life seemed to have remained unchanged. There was a quiet and peaceful atmosphere which was only disturbed by the distant sounds of farmers at work. Within the citadel was the apparent birthplace of Dracula, which was an ancient house turned into a café/bar. The house itself was impressive but the café was incredibly tacky. Everything on the menu was named after Dracula, and when I paid 5 pound for a Dracula coffee I expected something more exciting than ...

      Leaving on a Jet Train....

      A travel blog entry by the.squids on Jul 19, 2011

      9 photos

      ... of hot smelly air sweeped over us. Squid had the two big bags while I had my back-packing backpack, the huge snack bag, and his laptop bag and my hand bag.... He had to work a lot to get those big 40 pound bags up into the storage unit above the seat. We found our seat and asked the lady why it was so hot... where is the promised AC? She sadly informed us, sweating profusely as if her shirt had melted and become part of her skin, that the AC was not working or they ...

      The Birthplace of Dracula

      A travel blog entry by bpsilva on Jul 20, 2010

      6 photos

      ... trips, and has a Lithuanian girlfriend that he actually met in Lithuania.

      Nick again started laying into Charles, but this time it was over British food. Charles was saying how great it was, and this seemed to send Nick into a fury. He went on and on about "Yorkshire pudding" and about how awful British food was. At one point, another hostel guest came outside. Nick jumped over to him and asked him, "what do you think of British food?". The guy looked ...