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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... north. Throughout the trip I've managed to perfect the art of power napping on the go when it's necessary which has certainly come in handy at times. On our short stay in Romania we have already noticed that just as the rest of Europe we've seen, Romania is nuts about the Christmas season! Christmas lights decorate the streets and Christmas songs take over the radio stations. Coming into Brasov we found that it was ...
... up the cable car was an experience in itself, in a cramped Communist-era rust bucket that seemed to be held together by thumb tacks and duct tape - we were quite happy to have actually survived the trip without plummeting to our deaths! The advantage of taking this death trap to the top was that we saved a ton of time and energy on the hike, making our journey much easier, at least in theory.
However, we should have learned by ...
... 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 ...
We took a really early train to Sinaia, which is located in the middle the Transylvanian Alps. We took a scary-ass gondola up to the top of the mountain to do some hiking. It was really peaceful, and we got great views of the mountain range. Sheep grazing on the high tops of the mountains, views of the pretty town far below...perfect.
The next day we went to Peles Castle, and ...
... so the next step was to boil the beans and then drink the water. Nobody understood why anyone would go to the effort of making "coffee" since it was not a very nice drink.
Several months later, the truck again arrived from Germany. When the truck driver heard the story of the beans, he was very apologetic and explained that the beans had to be ground first. He promised to bring back a coffee grinder on his next visit. Coffee had been non-existent, at least in ...