Hotel Poiana Ursului
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... of winters in this place.
Joe, Charlotte and we went for dinner to a Chinese restaurant near our hotel, and the food all that great. We had to pack up tonight, our third night at the Aro Palace. We don't need to leave until 10:30am tomorrow, which feels SO late compared to all our early mornings. It will be a simple day tomorrow - just getting back to Bucharest to prepare for our long trip back to the United States.
45.6466° N, 25.5916° E
... bus. We bought some food and are it. Then we saw 2 people from the walking tour. They had seen us at the local bus station. They are an older couple Joyce and Steve. Really nice people from upstate New York. We all made it on the bus. Luckily Steve and Joyce got the last 2 seats. Plenty of people has luggage on some other seats. It was annoying. I got to sit down eventually. Unfortunately Bibiana didn't get to. ...
... putting him back in his cot he cries and cries- having to turn my back and leave the room breaks my heart every time. I've had a few little ones in ward three, and they're all gorgeous! Today I had a little girl (about 8 months), and she was beautiful. I got to spend most of the afternoon with her and by the time we'd played and I'd changed and fed her, I carried her around for a bit and she fell asleep in my arms. I just held ...
... a good work out.
Four hours of trucks later we were finally bearing down on the town of Brasov on the edge of the Transylvanian Mountain range. It seemed however the closer we got to Brasov the roads improved with regular passing lanes and the drive became enjoyable again. Finally reaching town, we were confronted with a picturesque mountain backdrop emblazoned with a Hollywood-es Brasov sign on the hill.
... my mouth hanging open. Then man came back and brought me to the little side building and introduced me to another little man. This one unlocked the door, asked if I spoke English, and took me on a little tour! It was wonderful! I like the Romanians already. Inside this museum were original manuscripts, paintings, a printing press, and chant scores from the medieval times. After my tour, he left as quickly as he arrived, and I kept on walking.