Hotel International Sinaia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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and we finally made it! It's been a busy past few days, but now we're here!!! We had our 8 hours in transit in Rome yesterday and then landed in Bucharest (Romania) in the early hours of this morning :) We got picked up by our hotel shuttle which went really well and oh my goodness the hotel was AMAZING! Our room was stunning and breakfast this morning was on a whole new level- wow was that buffet special!!! Coming into Bucharest at night was ...
After no sleep (which meant contacting friends from back home at 04.30 in the morning!), no dinner last night and arriving at our hotel at 02.00, we decided that we should go to breakfast early. We thought our breakfast in Frankfurt was amazing - we hadn't even began to touch on the amount of food we had at the Pullman Hotel. Breakfast consisted of two helpings which included bread, herb potatoes, sausage, ...
... family friend. We got so caught up in the moment, I forgot to take pictures.
We had been warned last night not to go out at night because there is a bear in the neighborhood. Elena emailed us the picture tonight - it was taken yesterday in front of our hotel. No chance of me going out for a night walk.
Tomorrow we are on to Brasov and then the resort for the ...
... to think and blog about from a sociological/anthropological perspective, the tour guide is also extremely knowledgeable about her subject matter, and she does an excellent job showing us around. The castle is gorgeous inside and out, lots of windows, brick and wood. It was built between 1873 and 1914 for King Carol I, who rejected as unoriginal several designs for the castle before agreeing to this one: part classical architecture and part mountain chalet. It’s perfect ...
... with the appropriate respect."
The Romanian Parliament then tried to reclaim the castle saying the transfer of ownership to the Prince was illegal but failed in their attempt. Fortunately the Prince had a change of heart and decided not to sell this precious piece of Romanian history. Instead he turned it into a museum dedicated to the history of the surrounding area and ...