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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... your shoulders in at the elbows and move your body; not your arms or hands. It's hard work and almost impossible for me to do! We eventually get ourselves moving and wander into town. We eat, we walk, we talk; the whole time feeling the burden of going home.
That night(to try and ease the burden) we even have special Romanian doughnuts called papanasi-they are magnificent!!!! Thinking about them now just makes my mouth begin to water. They are filled with cheese ...
... about it yet we are in a rustic part of town. This is a place where people still sell their wares(like watermelons, corn, flour) in a horse drawn cart that travels up and down the streets. There is something agrarian and slightly provincial but unlike Belle, beholding this is an adventure to me and so much more than "my provincial life". It's like I am in some romantic adventure.
In the backyard are apple trees, pear trees, plum ...
Our last few days in Budapest slipped by inconspicuously enough. We did mundane things like laundry and watching "Bram Stokers Dracula" in the apartment as the train ticket Bucharest ended up costing a bit more than expected. We left on a Sunday night in the pouring rain...giant backpacks strapped on while we jogged through one of the less picturesque parts of Budapest to the international train station. We arrived alive if a bit moist and somehow found not only the right train but ...
... marathon runner, cyclist, mother of 2 daughters and an IP (intellectual property) attorney. Originally from the Dusseldorf area, she now makes her home in Berlin. She joined us in Vienna and is going to have to scamper back home quickly from Istanbul for her daughter's wedding on the 30th! She's been a wonderful addition to the group and her German and French fluency have helped us several times. Another worldly woman on our tour is Lisa. She's also ...
... went, but I believe it was either near to or in the Piatra Craiului National Park. I do know we passed through Bran, and at various points in the day were in or around Zarnesti, Vulcan and Rasnov. The Piatra Craiului mountains are located nearby.
Chiri was the same age as myself, and so we had plenty to talk about on our journey, including the subject of men and women in Romania. I told him about my experiences in Northern Romania. He ...