Korona Hotel

Address: Str Zaharia Boiu nr 12-14, Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Str Zaharia Boiu nr 12-14, Sighisoara.
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      Journeying to Sigishoara

      A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Aug 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... British 'tour-party' and so deftly steers us away from the place where they're heading. But then she notices a big banner across the door welcoming Michael and his horse (who?!) to Sigishoara for riding 'halfway home' from Moscow. So after sups she forges across the square, dragging a reluctant Guy with her, to join the celebration. She hails Michael as a long-lost friend who, it has to be said, greets her with an equal display of emotion. Half the people stand up and press ...

      Back to western Europe - another overnight train

      A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 16, 2014

      23 photos

      ... for walking. After the parks, there were a lot of Embassies: several with barbed wire on the top of the high fences. Didn't see Australia's Embassy though. Got to Piata Arcul de Triumf and the Arcul was being repaired or cleaned. It was covered over - but the cover was painted with what the Arc actually looks like. We've seen a lot of places in Europe like that - rather clever isn't it?

      We took a right turn here ...

      Vlad the Impaler

      A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 08, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... Back in the day, each one was maintained by a guild, which was their tax for plying their wares in the town e.g the furriers tower, the clockmakers tower, etc. All are now in excellent condition, as is the stone town wall. Mandy heard the clock strike six and dashed to the other side of the town, which is small enough to do within six strikes of the clock, to witness the figurines do their six o'clock magic. The same figure at four struck ...

      Stairs, scares and Tiger Tooth

      A travel blog entry by aszliross on Oct 30, 2013

      ... historical value and current practicality. Lunch was good-- albeit huge. Since you order your main and sides separately the group of us should have teamed up better. Ben and I both had chicken schnitzel, and he ordered mashed potatoes and cheesy cauliflower while I ordered a carrot/cabbage salad. Each side could have easily been shared by three people and we each got two large pieces of chicken. The Cokes we ordered came in little vintage glass bottles; mine ...

      Dracula on the rocks. And a tirade.

      A travel blog entry by magellan2012 on Feb 08, 2012

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... from aggression (a la Kokoda Trail in PNG in WWII);

      - in 1915, Australia didn't have its own national flag and was not even fighting for Australia per se. Our involvement was purely a result of being part of the British Empire and our troops were therefore directed overall by British commanding officers. Many Diggers proudly thought of themselves as British subjects first and Australians second.

      How does any of this tie in ...