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... Tulcea was an interesting city. It sits on a bend of the Danube, near the beginning of the delta. It is generally considered a tourist city, as the boat tours of the delta begin here. We parked near the museums and aquarium and went for a walk on the waterfront. It is not a very attractive waterfront. The river looks very industrial at this point, and the buildings on the city side are 1970s concrete apartment blocks. A few new buildings have been or are being ...
... a good hour at lunch using the free wifi and enjoying the comfort of some cool air despite the fact many people still smoked at tables and indoor environments. The beach area was something else. There is about 7km of white sandy beaches all with bars, clubs, extravagant seating (couches etc) and loud club music (Yes! at 2pm in the afternoon) and all linked by a cable car which stretches the length of the ...
... Natural highlights along the Danube
-Iron Gates National Park
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We will end our Cycling the Donauradweg blog with this post after 69 entries and 2036 pictures.
Hiro and Junko will return to normal life in Japan from Istanbul. They have eight days before their flight home. Their daughter will fly in from London for the weekend to visit them.
We will stay in ...
... be the baby bottle for infants. I'm sure you can pick it out in the pictures below.
Romania is a poor country. Much of the architecture was built during the Soviet regime, and consists of large blocks of apartments with no style at all, and now in sad repair. The guide often spoke of the time 'after the fall of the USSR' or 'during the time of Communist rule', or 'when we were under Kruschov'. I don't think we'll be coming back.
... of us for 10 beds. We dumped our b as vs and headed out in town. Afterwards, we decided to watch sunrise over the Danube. Our "local" guide, Felix, walked us 30mins in the wrong direction before taking us to one of the big bridges. Only 3 out of the 12 of us made it at first and it was worth it. The city is incredible with big hills up one side of the river. Statues and monuments up the hillside and the wonderful architecture of the ...