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Maybe we are spoilt living, as we do, in the midst of some of the best biking roads in Europe. The Transalpina might be OK once they finally finish it but by Alpine standards it can only ever be seen as average at best. The Transfagarasan is better, and certainly worth doing if you come to Romania. Neither road is worth the trek from the UK for instance. Come to Romania by all means, it is ...
... Instead of going to the actual castle, Raluca, Don, Stella, Heidi and I eat cake and coffee at the cafe there. It's expensive for Romania but nice. Then Raluca and I go shopping but don't end up buying anything.
After that we go to Casa Nostra(Our house or home that would translate to) and I get to try sarmale. It's sour cabbage stuffed with pork and it is amazing-if I haven't covered it already, I LOVE Romanian food. I could eat it all day ...
... As King Carol I ruled Romania - from 1866-1914 - he spent much of his time her in Sinaia and had this castle built here. Being from Saxon origins himself, the castle featured styles similar to many of the castles that were built in Germany around the same time. Unfortunately we could not go inside the castle, as it was closed. Simply ...
... at that time that are available. Because of this, I am finding that I have a lot in common with Central Europeans in their 30's; whereas I have little in common with someone in the same age category from Canada or the U.S.A..
After looking at all the artifacts, we went outside to finish looking at the rest of the encampment. It was a fairly large structure, consisting of quarters for all the men that would have been in the Roman military at the time. The ...
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Soon later we relaxed at an elegant bar at the pedestrian
street adiacent, admiring the coloured flower pots hanging from poles
or on earth before walking to another attractiviness of the place: along
a deep street surronded by green yards and old walls we went to admire
the towers of the middle-age corporations that used to administrate the
local jobs according to the different trades and professions.