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To be frank there was little to see or do here - the port itself was less than inviting with huge Shipyard signs and lots of derelict looking ships. It is the largest port on the Black Sea and one of the largest ports in Europe. The City itself wasn't much better with many old buildings in various states of disrepair and ruin although we were told the Council was working on having them restored. Given ...
... busy and check-in went pretty smooth, Junko needed to pay $30 per bike at different counter, before they were given the boarding passes. We enjoyed the deli picnic we had brought while waiting for our flight. Prices in the airport café are five time higher than in town. Then, surprisingly, we were served a full lunch during the 1 hr flight.
-Productive peasant culture; bread, wine, pottery, weaving
... d also check kayak.com, booking.com, or skyscanner.com. We’d often just stop into the tourist information office and ask.
"FULL HOUSE" was not a problem except for two weekends during our trip because we went early in the season. ”ON VACATION” was more of a problem as many of the accommodations operate seasonally.
In Romania, where hotels became infrequent, we often ...
... pleasant Marian who owned the small new motorboat. We picked the 2-hour tour to the White Lakes combined with the 90 minute tour to the mouth of the Black Sea (Total cost 300 Lei/$90) He took us down the maze of side arms brimming with birds. Clouds moved in which made the open little boat more bearable.
During the Black Sea hour and a half loop, he promised to take us to an island in the Black Sea with lots of ...
Four or five kilometers from the end of the day, I got a flat. It gave a good reason to take one last rest break before Tulcea.
We Were Pooped After The Eight Hour Ride
First views of Tulcea are not impressive. It seemed spread-out and uninviting. We rolled into the edge of town and came to a large round-about. Only one of the five branches had the “Kopfsteinpflaster” our bikeline guide ...