Travel Blogs from Pitesti
... the attic...
and it's up a big f*cking hill......
So left there and went to a town called Targoviste, this town holds an Army barracks, there they held the trial of Nicolai & Elena Causcesu on the 25th December 1989. It didn't take long, about 1 day and they were both sentenced to death, mainly for being responsible for the death of 60,000 Romanians who opposed the regime. They where both then marched outside and ...
... in small packs. Much to our dismay, they also party in packs as well. We were all kept awake last night by what sounded like a large pack barking all night long outside of our hotel. One of our riders, Brigitta, rode in Romania last year and wound up taking 3 dogs home with her! I don't plan on picking up any four-legged souvenirs. Speaking of Brigitta, I need to tell you about the 4 "European" riders on our tour. Brigitta is not only a dog lover, but she ...
... in the morning or traipsing to a bathroom across camp in the middle of the night, I DID enjoy looking at the stars at night (I ditched the rainfly as the weather got warmer) and listening to the sounds of night. I especially enjoyed our last night when a thunderstorm rolled in and I was lulled to sleep by a steady patter of rain in my now weatherproof tent (thanks to some seam-sealer acquired in Vienna). From Cirta, we climbed 18 non-stop ...
... while being creative and earnest in their own attempts to ask us questions about our trip and relieving us of some more currency that makes no sense to us. And sometimes the day consists just of peddling through a hot headwind to get to a hot campsite. Sometimes there's a pool, river or lake to cool us off there but we never know until we get to camp. I find the headwinds mentally draining and when the terrain ...
... cultures) now already seem very different, when being compared.
It never stops to amaze me, what a border, a man-made artificial thing, does. In this case, we crossed the Danube and all of a sudden people speak a different language, build different houses (I like the old ones very much, they have patios with nice pillars and sometimes coloured glass, often wine grows in front of this to give still more shade, some of the newer ones are the famous ...
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Other places to stay in Pitesti
str Piata Muntenia nr 1, Pitesti | 3 star hotelfrom $48
str. Pasajul Scolii nr. 70, Pitesti | 3 star hotelfrom $37
Str. Egalitatii nr. 21, Pitesti | Hotelfrom $78
Armand Calinescu, Pitesti | Hotelfrom $42
I.C. Bratianu, no.1, Pitesti | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Prelungirea Craiovei 22, Pitesti | Hotelfrom $51