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

    Dracula's Coming Out - Bran Castle

    A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Oct 11, 2015

    This day in Transylvania had a focus on Count Dracula, or in reality, the background that built the myth of Dracula. Much of this story comes from the city of Sighisoara, but much of the legend is built in today's location - the city of Bran.

    I needed to get this legend straight in my mind, so I am copying some information from the internet to help me fill out this myth:

    "Vlad Tepes was born in 1428 in the fortress city of Sighisoara. His father, ...

    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

    ... roadside. It was probably the most eclectic collection of statues I had ever seen. I wish I had been able to stop and take pictures, but once again, it was far too awkward with me not being the driver.

    I was also told that the small buildings all along the drive (at just about every crossroad) were small chapels. I had noticed that religion was very much a part of many Romanians' everyday life. Bogdan made a sign of the cross every time he passed a church as we drove ...


    A travel blog entry by scottarobinson on Nov 22, 2010

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... tracking down someone who spoke English, we managed to locate the platform and with just seconds to go, had to sprint on to the train before it left.

    Once aboard, we settled in to what we hoped was going to be a simple 14 hour journey cross-country with a couple of one hour stop overs on the border. We were wrong. The train stopped on a border town as expected, however the train timetable on my iPhone didn't take ...