Ioana Hotel

Sinaia Str. Calea Codrului nr 11-15, Sinaia, 106100, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sinaia Str. Calea Codrului nr 11-15, Sinaia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... as a place of defence, it later became the home to Queen Marie (granddaughter of Queen Victoria) given to her by the people of Brasov in recognition of her services in uniting the whole of Romania as one independent country. The actual history of the castle was very interesting and the views from some of the rooms were stunning. Driving into the valley that Bran Castle guarded you come across ...

    Bucharest to Brasov

    A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... were full but we eventually found a restaurant where we sat upstairs on our own until we were joined by one very large cricket. It's an understatement to say Freya freaked out. In the end I was too short to reach the cricket to remove it and the waiter had to do it haha. After we'd eaten we wandered back along the high street and visited a patisserie and stocked up on sugar before going back to the hostel and to ...

    Peles Castle - Oct. 16 Part One

    A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 16, 2011

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    ... as I was soon to learn, this paperwork goes far beyond any red tape I have ever seen. At certain points, Bogdan would have to pull in to a gas station to get a stamp. If we went in a restaurant, the proprietors would stamp his papers. Everywhere I bought something on the road, the cashier would stamp my receipt. The stamps were a normal part of the system. I am certain this a left over from communism. Bogden told me that he had to justify ...

    It's all about the castles... and the mamaliga!

    A travel blog entry by lazycaravan on Dec 21, 2010

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    ... in love with the demi-dulce Murfatlar that V brought to Thanksgiving dinner in California, so we’re on a mission). Back at the hotel, the guest list has grown quite a bit, now including the “Where are the vampires??” family, whom we hear before we see. No matter, there’s warm stew, mămăligă and wine waiting for us in the restaurant, and a Jacuzzi tub in our room – who cares about the rest?


    Bad weather

    A travel blog entry by maddinames on Jul 10, 2010

    ... that was listed in the travel guide. The food was good, but the service wasn't as they had a wedding upstairs that took most of their attention and they added two posts to the bill that we didn't have. We returned to the hostel to watch the football match and use the hostel computer. In the end we got beds right up in the attic of the hostel as some people hadn't turned up, so I think we slept better there than on the sofa.