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Travel Blogs from Constanta
... On the other side of the road there was a huge lake with a resort sporting a swimming pool and more bars. The lake itself left a lot to be desired - full of rubbish, weeds and generally green and slimy in appearance. Once back at the ship we took advantage of the poolside service and partook in a few margaritas (well not Coraleen of course) and snacks delivered right to our lounger! We could get used to this ...
... Natural highlights along the Danube
-Iron Gates National Park
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We will end our Cycling the Donauradweg blog with this post after 69 entries and 2036 pictures.
Hiro and Junko will return to normal life in Japan from Istanbul. They have eight days before their flight home. Their daughter will fly in from London for the weekend to visit them.
We will stay in ...
... passing through many seaside resort towns favored by the Eastern Europeans. There we found the oldest mosque in Romania, built in 1575 when the Turks were in charge. Many of the vertical gravemarkers in the 300 year old cemetery bear the traditional turbans at the top.
In fewer than thirty minutes,we piled on the bus and drove for forty-five minutes returning to Constanta, passing the same resorts. The guide thought we ...
It is just over a week since I left home and we have made it to the other side of Europe - I am Sat on a balcony in Constana, Romania overlooking the Black Sea. This place is lovely. In fact I have been really surprised by Romania as a whole. Each little town is very pretty with big white churches, lots of farm land and stunning mountains. The people are very kind and friendly and always attempt their best English with us. It is really hot here ...
... in Cernavoda. This nuclear power plant complex supplies 20% of Romania’s energy needs. And we rode by the reactors as we went east out of Cernavoda. Two reactors are operational and three more are in planning and/or under construction here. The reactors were in massive cube shaped concrete buildings and were nothing like we see on the Simpson’s. Signs stated that taking pictures of the plant was forbidden.
The sun was getting high ...