Hotel Ruia

Address: Poiana Brasov, Transylvania, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in Poiana Brasov.
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      Travel Blogs from Poiana Brasov

      Our fabulous farmhouse stay

      A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Oct 05, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... grapes and the bathroom was very modern. Al even ironed his jeans on the stove without an iron. Dinner was at the farmhouse. It was a gourmet 6 course meal with homemade wines to match. Everything was organic and delicious. No cabbage rolls but a similar food wrapped in the grape vines. Milk and cream were from the cow next door and all food used was homegrown. Breakfast was at the same house and the omelettes were tasty, made with cream and homemade cheese. A fantastic night and ...

      Farewell Transfăgărășan

      A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 21, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... of the cliffs. There are another three short tunnels as we glide on down the valley.



      We emerge into a wider valley and the end of the spectacular sections. We have ridden about 50 miles from the northern entry and although the highway continues on down to the town of Curtea we have completed.

      We need fuel so continue on for another 20km to the first gas station on the south side. It is decision time. ...

      Transfăgărășan - the words

      A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 20, 2014

      3 photos

      ... at The Transylvania Bank for more cash then ride east on country roads heading for Ramnicu Vacea. The plan is to ride north through the Faragas range to Sibiu then approach the Transfăgărășan Highway from the north.

      We encounter a lot of traffic and slow to a crawl. It becomes apparent why shortly, as we pass through the biggest open-air market I have ever seen. It's like a gigantic car boot sale with ...

      A French market village

      A travel blog entry by gordieblobs on Jul 16, 2014

      7 comments

      ... supper we walk through the villages alongside the canal. The villages are old, old and virtually no one on the streets. It's as if there is no one there. Interestingly one sees many gates which wouldn't have been opened for many a year, houses which would be uninhabited and paths overgrown and not used.

      So now am off to bed. Tomorrow there is a visit to a monastery but also the possibility of canoeing. Although I thought I would like to canoe ...

      A Voyage To The Vampiric Lands!

      A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jun 14, 2012

      10 photos

      ... I fear that our attempts to converse proved offensive to his ears for he stormed off and left us in a state of severe confusion. I watched as people walked across the train lines unfazed by moving trains and for a moment I was reminded of my previous trip to India. This thought spurred me into action, and summoning the heroic navigational skills which helped me to battle through many confusing situations in India I spotted the train on the opposite platform. The clock ...