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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I was happy to hear that, although I will say I have felt very at ease here.
First, we went to Peles Castle and the Sinaia Monestery. She told me how a Prince visited Mount Sinai in 1695 and brought a stone back. He built the monestery as a thank you to God. In 1866, letters of invitation were sent to the royal families of England, France and Germany to rule Romania. Prince Carol from Germany accepted and became prince.
... arial,sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">Simone's apt was very neat and comfy. The neighborhood was quiet. I got up at 6:45 to shower, and at 7:45 my cab arrived to take me to the train station. I didn't fuss much with make up, because it was raining cats and dogs anyway. The cost to the station was just over 6 lei. I gave the cabbie a 10 lei, and he said he didn't have change. I'm not shocked. I don't know which company Simona called, but I read some will rip ...
... s cold here today and there are people coming to see the bears. Yesterday was so warm I got tan lines. Today I’m considering buying a winter jacket when I get back to town. (And that changeable weather is what I’m blaming my overstuffed luggage on – and now that I’m hear I hear one of the locals say that Braşov doesn’t have summary – just an extended winter – I seem to have landed ...
... the Piatra Craiului National Park to the 'alpine' village of Magura; and we visited the 13th Century fortress in Raşnov. We also climbed Mt Tampa, did lots of wandering and sight seeing around the Old Town of Braşov and visited the memorial to the 69 local victims of the 1989 revolution in Bucharest. Interestingly in 1987, Brasov was one of the first cities in Romania to publicly oppose Ceauşescu when thousands of workers took to the streets demanding basic ...
Braşov and around-Sighişoara
Romania feels quite different from the Slavic countries surrounding it. The Romance language and the Western influence thrive while people curse the time of communist leader, Ceauşescu, and enjoy the possibilities of the future.
- Tour with guide, Georgiana, to castles and fortified churches
· Braşov square and cafes
· The kindness ...