Marami Hotel

Address: 52 Furnica Street, Sinaia, Romania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 52 Furnica Street, Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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    Travel Blogs from Sinaia

    A day of two halves

    A travel blog entry by johnandros on Aug 24, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... getting back to our accommodation. Had we a brain cell between us we would have phoned for a taxi. Instead we began walking, thinking we could get a taxi on the way. We had failed to notice that we had walked into town following a wide but one way road. On the way back of course all the traffic including the taxis where going, at some speed, in the wrong direction. It took a while but we managed to drag our old ...

    The search for understanding

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Aug 04, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... is not waiting in the sun so we go back to the English line. All my friends understand English so we go back and do the tour in English.

    We get on a tour with an Asian tour group. Their leader speaks English. All they do is take photo after photo, bump into people and block them from moving anywhere-yes I know I sound racist. So sorry but they are stereotypically doing what annoys me in tour groups but I suppose when all you are doing is viewing the world through ...

    Day 6 - Sinai (Peles Castle)

    A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Jul 01, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    A: Peles Castle is awesome! It reminded me a lot of the castle in Beauty and the Beast. Inside it was enchanting just like a fairy tale. There are three different tours so you pay extra as you go to the next level. Aunt Linda and I were the only ones in our group to see the full tour. We saw so much. The only problem was the floor. When you arrive you are asked to put on slippers over your shoes. Right after she told me to be careful, I missed my step and slid down half a flight ...

    The Roman Ruins of Jidova -Oct. 20 Part 3

    A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 20, 2011

    30 photos

    ... host at the pensiune would say a prayer just before he started to drive his car (although the way they drive in Romania, I was saying a little prayer every time I got into a car too). These little chapels were just another example of how important religion was in this country. Bogdan told me it was the first thing that the Communists tried to destroy, and the people clung to it in secret, refusing to give up this one freedom. Maybe that is why it is still so important; freedom always ...

    ROMANIA-Transylvania,Valacchia,Danube,Black Sea

    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jun 05, 2010

    99 photos

    ... church in the centre and the Episcopal or
    Monastery at the end of a long street surrounded by a green park. Here
    you can see the buildings built by the famous Manole.
    The legend
    has it that one day, a very wealthy and religious Wallachian prince, the
    Black Prince, rode with nine masons and their master Manole to find a
    place and build a church more beautiful than anyone may have seen
    before. The masons started to work, ...