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... on the edge of the Old Town and so much is within walking distance. We bathed Beckett in the stand up shower, got him into pjs and got him to sleep in his little tent easy enough... Until 3am-- at which point he was wide awake and wanted to play. This isn't too different from home except we are both fairly exhausted from travel and he is harder to settle in the tent. Ben finally got him rocked to sleep and back in bed by four where he ...
I arrived in Bucharest around 1430 in the midst of a 35 Celsius heat wave! The sweat was pouring off me from what should of been a very easy drive. According to the maps the road from the border to Bucharest is a motorway. Well it is in the sense that the A12 through Gants Hill is a motorway. That means lots of roundabouts, traffic lights and houses by the road. So it took a bit longer than was expected.
The first impression ...
... in some hostel in some other town. How depressing. When I got back to the hostel, some of the others had managed to drag themselves to the lounge and then we discovered it was actually Ronans birthday. Bad news. No more quiet night in. There was no way we could let him go for a beer on his own on his birthday. Before we knew it, we were watching girls in black underwear dance on a bar and it was 4am. Well played Bucharest, well ...
... 8217;t visited. Various horror stories have been told about travelling there(attacks by stray dogs, bad transport, hassling and thieving from gypsies, grim Communist-era buildings), but equally there have been lots of very favourable stories, so we’ve decided to go and see for ourselves.
The area of modern day Romania has had a very chequered history, including being part of the Ottoman empire in the 14th and 15th century. ...
... to the Romanian Royal family and it became the favourite place of Queen Maria. Extensively renovated, it became a residence, and later a museum. In the communist times, it became associated with the myth of Dracula, and the number of visitors grew dramatically.
After about half an hour drive, we reach the city of Brasov and enjoy a stroll in the Old Town. Brasov is ...
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