Hotel International Sinaia
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... if slightly faded, old buildings. Cafés and bars run almost non stop down the wide boulevard leading to the main square. We stopped for a beer opposite a branch of the Bank of Transylvania; impossible to sit there without making jokes about blood banks. We ate outside right on the square watching the world go by. Our restaurant was absolutely huge inside with seating for over 200 people Clearly Brasov has been ...
... in the town of Sinaia and Raluca decides at that point that she and her family won't go anymore so I join Mihai, Ileana and Adi in their car as we head up to Peles. I feel bad because I have crashed their family trip! They are nothing but welcoming though, so I soon forget that I am the ring in and we go line up for tickets.
We accidentally end up in the English tours line so we get shuffled into the Romanian one. I am super excited. My friends have told the people ...
... and we sat across from an English couple who were as delighted as we were to have a conversation in our own language! When we got to Sinaia, we locked up our bags and started our self-guided tour of a picturesque little town on a mountainside full of castles that overlooked valleys. Most of the town had old cottage-syle houses and hotels that were connected with winding cobble-stone streets. The climax ...
... much attention as it deserved, however, as by the time we arrived, they were locking up the museum and I was utterly exhausted from my day. We had again traveled almost 400 kilometers, I had climbed 1480 stairs, had toured a fortress and a military encampment.
We headed to Brasov. Along the way, in the woods I noticed some statues. They were so very out of place that it was startling. For a stretch of several kilometers, statues of all sorts of figures were placed ...
Histria is like Pompei for Italy and Efesus for Turkey, the remaining of an important sea colony and and interesting museum
Targoviste and Curtea de Arges are two nice and historical cities of
Walacchia, capitals of this reign in the Middle Age at the time of the
famous Vlad Tepes and after him.
Targoviste has an important
historical complex: the Metropolitan church built in 1889 on the ruins
of the old Middle-Age ...