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

Why Blend Your Food? Weight Loss, Healthy Living, Taste - Maybe All Three.

A travel blog entry by earlyact on Dec 18, 14

Down, set, hike! It's time for you to suit your needs to obtain ready regarding football season. eating outside in restaurants or perhaps using a loved ones for you to for restaurants or consider out joint will be turning out to become able to be uncommon from the day for any regular family. Even with all the newest wellness treatment bill, there will be on-going conflict over what we ought to should caused by provide people with ...

Farewell Transfăgărășan

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

2 comments, 11 photos

... a ribbon of tarmac has been thrown into the air and settled where it may on the valley sides below.



From a distance the tarmac looks perfect, but it is grooved most of the way down, shallow rills following the direction of the road, less than an inch deep and in stripes an inch or so apart. Not dangerous, but your front tyre locks in and can force your line around each hairpin. Not a road for racing on a bike ...

Transfăgărășan - the words

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

3 photos

We awake to another cloudless sky. The day soon warms up and at 8am we repair to Madame's kitchen for breakfast of eggs, yoghurt, cheese, tomatoes and cucumber. Coffee and tea to drink and bread and home-made jam to finish.

Conversation continues in French. I learned later from her son that Madame had been a language teacher in her younger days. After breakfast we wash the bikes and pack our gear. It's very warm now as we set off. ...

A French market village

A travel blog entry by gordieblobs on Jul 16, 2014

7 comments

... scrape along the bottom. And we can only just get under the bridges. One has to literally duck if on the deck or the bridge steel would take ones head off. At some of them the Captain has to lower his steering wheel and Tom, our cruise hand, has to remove our shade umbrella! That is the reason that the Luciole is so unique as apart from individual boats on the canal, other charter barges, like this are very few and far between.

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A Voyage To The Vampiric Lands!

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

10 photos

... to the safety of Brasov; but I said neigh and forced her to follow me into the unknown. Inside the castle wasn’t so foreboding and I disappointed not to come across any vampires or coffins. In fact most of the rooms were quite homely with traditional log fires and the skin of dead bears lying across the floor.
The visit to Dracula’s castle was to prove our last act in the lands of Romania. The train lords had spoken of a night train which would take us to ...