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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... two days, a minor miracle considering the distance, and only one true stopover – an hour in Vienna right around dinner time.
I used my train time semi-wisely. I wrote a paper for my Ethics class. I used my meager German to secure a spoon for my yogurt-eating requirements. I read part of Dracula. I took pictures of the pretty scenery. I reviewed a list of Romanian phrases. I smiled at all the cute babies. (I don’t know why, but the trains that day were ...
... that a person in a car would never dream of stopping for some puny pedestrian. After all, they’re in a car and therefore more important! Brasov might not have been Switzerland-clean, but it was pretty darn clean. And the people I met there could probably teach quite a few more-developed countries’ folks a thing or two about the golden rule.
Besides being quite civilized, Brasov was also a perfect base for day-trips around the region. My time ...
Below, I'll add details to the story, 6 weeks after the events.
I Know a Little
Dracula, Comăneci (the 1st perfect 10) and Ceaușescu are three Romanians I had heard of before coming to Romania. And I had heard of Transylvania, and Romania's capital, Bucharest but could not point to them on a map. Our cycle trip along the Danube has taught us a lot about the ...
... in a restaurant as other guests stared in surprise & amazement at my metre long white plastic refuse sack..... I wanted to get in it and be carried out! Instead I hightailed it out and went back to begin the lengthy process of analysing what bits of kit were superfluous to my needs and could be taken back to Blightey the next morning.
I would arise and fly home the next day but not before another hair raising taxi ride to the ...
... yesterday with one of my 8th grade boys. The gym was a little small but it was still perfect. I got to tumble, lift weights, and do conditioning workouts with Qwor and a few other kids (most of them very young and super cute). The coach was intimidating and I found out he used to be the captain of the Bulgarian national team. Makes sense. He would yell at the kids and I couldn't help but stare at the bulging veins in his neck. I can never tell if he is angry or ...