Hotel Balada Nej
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Constanta, Romania is situated at the crossroads of several commercial routes. It lies on the western coast of the Black Sea, 185 miles from the Bosphorus Strait near Turkey. It is an ancient metropolis and Romania's largest sea port, Constanta traces its history some 2500 years ago. Originally called Tomis, legend has it that Jason landed here with the the Argonauts after finding the Golden Fleece.
It is one of ...
... a win-win. Honey for sale everywhere on the roadside and very healthy crops our farmers would be pretty happy with. On our approach to Lochel (small town in the mid north for those not familiar with South Aus) I asked Darren to pull over so I could take a photo. Whilst I am taking the photo Darren the real horticulturalist gets a closer look at the weeds growing throughout the sunflower crop.
... death wish. Very popular: overtaking on a bend!
At the end of the day we had crossed the mountains and were 300km (200 miles) away from the Danube Delta. The next day we set out on a very good road which led to Bucharest and later turned onto a minor road where we again watched rural life. I have to mention the Rumanian language. The people are proud to have preserved the Roman language. Many words are related to Italian, Spanish or French. They ...
DAY 40 – April 21, 2015
The cold 'snap' has followed us to Constanta but we will not let it deter us.
So we walked the city plus the beach and marina areas. There is always a sense that you are in an old Communist era city ...... dull and grey. However you can see the beginning of a rebirth with the refurbishment of some glorious old buildings, creating walking streets and ...
... out, the morning was 48 degrees, and even feeling the cold air pouring off our window was more than I wanted to do. Of course, for Christine and Campbell, it was just an average winter day. I’m hoping they all had a good time.
We took advantage of the free time to tear apart the cabin looking for our unused lost coffee card, doing the laundry, going to the gym, replenishing my books. I wanted to imbue myself with the ports of call, so ...