New Montana

Address: 24, Carol I Blvd., Sinaia, Romania | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 24, Carol I Blvd., Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Sinaia

      La mulți ani!

      A travel blog entry by cdbennett on Jan 01, 2015

      5 photos

      ... last shift with the beautiful babies and then we'll be packing to leave on Saturday. Every minute has been an experience and we've got such amazing memories to treasure. Can't believe we've been here for 3 weeks- it's absolutely flown by!!!! We feel so safe and comfortable in Brasov and feel like we've grown up here haha! Lots more happening in the next few weeks- will be in touch. Take care xxxx ...


      A travel blog entry by pfossum on May 30, 2011

      44 photos

      ... and in one of the hills is a big white 'Brasov' sign like the sign the Hollywood sign. After a while we decided to head back to the train station. We bought a few items of food with the rest of our Romanian lei. After picking up our big backpacks at the left baggage office, we waited till our train arrived and then at around 9:30pm we were on our way to Budapest, ...

      Of Kings and Queens... and tour guides

      A travel blog entry by lazycaravan on Dec 22, 2010

      7 photos

      ... in the "tour" behind us.

      These guys are apparently leading their own tour (forbidden!), taking pictures of everything (sometimes forbidden!), entering the rooms that we are in, even as we are still there (forbidden! you're not allowed to crowd the tour in front of you), and talking very loudly (REALLY forbidden!). Our conscientious tour guide at first tries to put distance between our two partied by throwing icy glares at the group of men; they don't get it. She ...

      Transylvanian Myths and Realities

      A travel blog entry by wanderwoman2010 on Jul 08, 2010

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... my worst food poisoning episode a few years back. Georgiana was so sweet. Peleş Castle requires that you join an organized tour, and Georgiana isn’t allowed in. She talked them into letting her accompany me so that if we needed to make a quick exit, we could. There was a good chance I would eventually pass out, start vomiting or worse. I splashed some cold water on my face and we joined the 45-minute tour. About halfway through, I ...

      The High Tatras and beyond

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Sep 11, 2008

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... to tax these thousands of foreign lorries coming to the U.K. and not even paying fuel tax...

      Although the scenery in the Czech republic and Slovakia was great, and in places superb, neither of us felt very at home there or in Hungary. Whether it was the completely unintelligible languages, which are equally incomprehensible whether written or spoken, or whether it was the extremes between rich and poor, or merely the ...