Hotel Poiana Ursului
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... And given that I clearly look like a tourist, I am going to get ripped off. Unfortunately, I have learned and accepted that it is part of traveling. I gave him a look and was like whatever. Enjoy your tip, loser.
I got to the train station and found my platform to ...
... white cloth around their bodies- they had the biggest grins!!! They all got up and sung and danced and did little plays in Romanian- it was very cute!!!! On Friday we had an afternoon shift with our babies and then Friday night we all went into the main square of Brasov- the Christmas decorations are incredible and all the people are so happy! We're definitely heading back there in the next week to visit the Christmas markets and everything else- we didn't realise there was so much ...
... Hulk might break them in one late night "let me out!" It is an easy decision to stay with the plan to use the tent. Once refreshed, we head downstairs for more orientation-- and are offered some local brandy. Although we politely decline, we are reassured that we are able to help ourselves anytime we wish. We learn that dinner is at eight in the cellar, breakfast is at nine in one of the outbuildings and lunch is served during ...
... pig slaughtered by a friend of theirs, green beans from another farm, and pickles from another friend. It was great, especially the pork. I think I have figured out the meat hierarchy - Australia has the best beef and lamb, but Europe far excels when it comes to pig. Chicken is equal takings. Fish - depends on where but Sydney > Eindhoven (obviously, closer to fresh fish).
Tomorrow we head to Husi - an early start and a long drive ahead!