Hotel Ferdinand Baile Herculane

Address: Hercules Square Nr. 1, Baile Herculane, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hercules Square Nr. 1, Baile Herculane.
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    Travel Blogs from Baile Herculane

    Cruising the Iron Gates

    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Apr 18, 2015

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    ... was to us. They may have taken more photographs of us than I did of them. The there was the landslip, much more dramatic than the one I photographed here. It took out the entire road and it was a tanle of buckled protection rails and bolders. Fishermen laying nets from a timber dingy, the ends supported by bouys made of plastic coke bottles tied together. Apart from that ... not much. ...........


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    Day 7 Iron Gates (between Romania & Serbia)

    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Aug 26, 2014

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    Today we are on a section of the Danube that cuts through the Kazan Gorge know as the "Iron Gates". This portion of the river was extremely dangerous years ago and was not considered safe to navigate until the 1970's, after the building of the dam and lock system. This will be our first time through any locks and we are looking forward to seeing how it works. As we come into the first lock, we can't believe how close the ship comes to the ...

    Iron Gates

    A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 10, 2014

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    Today was spent cruising the Danube. We have Romania on the right and Serbia to the left. Scenery is improving. We are beginning to see small villages and moderate size towns. We just went through the 2nd hydro electric dam. They provide a v large. % of the peer for Romania and Serbia. They are called Iron Gates because of Iron in the gate. No more locks. We ...

    The Iron gates

    A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul on Oct 12, 2013

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    ... t. My resolve hardened after 25mıles as I got more comfortable on the saddle.

    The scenery turned ımpressıve, stunnıng shear clıffs eıther sıde of a huge rıver. It remınded me of scenes ın Lord of the rıngs wıth the two kıngs eıther sıde of a water fallÁ Oddly we found a face carved ınto the stone along the sıde on the ...

    Cruising Through the Carpathian Mountains... Ahhhh

    A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 05, 2013

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    Romania eases by on the right bank of the Danube while Serbia slowly flows in to my memory on the left. Me, I'm sitting in the sun on the top deck of the ship. On this day we will experience the Iron Gates where the river narrows and the Carpathian Mountains soar (or at least rise up higher than the rolling farm lands we have been enjoying since Vidin).
    The Iron Gates are a beautiful series of gorges with a couple of locks and a hydroelectric ...