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... E81 route follows a river valley. The reason for the second very costly route ( costly in money and in the 38 lives lost in construction) is not clear. Nicolae Ceauşescu was “in control” of Romania at the time and it was on his instruction that the road was built. Ostensibly, it was for strategic reasons to create a North – South link, in case the USSR invaded as they had in Czechoslovakia but many believe ...
... book says it is “known for its discos”. Well that wasn’t a draw for us. We had hoped to use the ring road. Huh…navigation bloops. We ended up in the town. Our map suggested this wouldn’t be a problem however it didn’t indicate the road works and drainage upgrades in process. Through one suburb the 3 lane road into town was reduced to following the tram line. That was the only part not dug up. To make it ...
... shortly after opening time and there was no queue to get in. By the time we came out there was a queue of about 100 metres long. It's believed that Bram Stoker who wrote the Dracula novel used Bran Castle as the home for Dracula.
We headed for the Transfargaran Road which is the road described by Top Gear as the best
in the world. We saw a couple of rally cars on ...
We woke up early to catch the minibus from Belgrade to Timisoara. Turns out that there is no official transportation between Serbia and Romania other than this private minibus company, which helpfully picked us up at the hostel and dropped us off at the train station in Timisoara! Serbia was very different from the beautiful mountainous regions we have been driving through—totally flat. We arrived at the bus staion in Timisoara ...
... she had earned herself quite a name and people ordered their cakes by her. When we came, we had of course not ordered anything, but she had baked for a festival her husband was selling at. We were heartily welcomed,, offered coffee (also Louise!) and cake (of course Louise) and we had a lovely conversation in German with the mother of the house, and with Maria in English. She told us, that she and her husband lived a stressful life in ...