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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and it was honestly so much fun!!! We counted down in Romanian and then the fireworks and singing only got more insane hahaha. It was such an incredible night, and so different to what we're used to for New Years with the weather and traditional singing and dancing! Today we slept right in as we only got to bed at 2am- and then started packing and planning our weekend in Rome! Tomorrow morning ...
... due to the Castle a very touristic village. Lot of souvenir shops and cozy restaurants. We visit the Castle and after spending some time at the castle we finished the program with a nice dinner at a lovely restaurant with an amazing view.
After our dinner (and some palinka’s) we drove back to Bucharest. Unfortunately on our way back we were less luck with the traffic. It the road which is 180km took us like 4 approximately hours…….
... 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 ...
... visitor about how dangerous Romania is. He warned her not to trust anyone; talked about the competing mafias; told her not to fall asleep or people would rip her off; she could get drugged or poisoned; and basically painted an awfully grim picture. When they departed I awoke and realized that the teenager across from me spoke English when I asked him if the train was late. He said, "You are in Romania; of course the train is late! So I ...