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... of winters in this place.
Joe, Charlotte and we went for dinner to a Chinese restaurant near our hotel, and the food all that great. We had to pack up tonight, our third night at the Aro Palace. We don't need to leave until 10:30am tomorrow, which feels SO late compared to all our early mornings. It will be a simple day tomorrow - just getting back to Bucharest to prepare for our long trip back to the United States.
45.6466° N, 25.5916° E
... across another couple and asked them for help. They said the restaurant is that way, but they wouldn't recommend walking to it because of bears! Now we had read a lot bears were in Romania, but what are the chances of seeing one? We went to a different restaurant just to be safe. After dinner we started walking back to our hotel, which is located up a dark street deep in the forest. ...
... we needed to read Cyrillic. All in all the step we have taken from Bulgaria to Romania has brought us so much closer to home.
But will Germany still be the way we remember it? At least our hometown of Berlin seems to have changed quite a bit since we left two years ago. In the past few weeks we have met a few Berliners that have told us stories of the present day Berlin that surprised us a lot. They have told us of Spanish street ...
... had much cheaper stuff, and I bought ski pants for 100 lei (~30 AUD) and some warm socks.
After such a late and large lunch we just grazed on a few leftovers for dinner; we mainly just drank beer, ate peanuts, and played cards/Remi until we went to bed.
Today we woke up relatively early to try to get a start on the people heading to the ski fields at Poiana Brasov. Poiana is a resort town in the mountains ...
This morning we ventured out to Rasnov, just 12km west of Brasov, to check out the ruined fort.
An Italian acquired the fort in 2000 and started renovating it. From reading the displays in the archaeological museum, it sounds like he trashed the place digging up everything and offending all the Romanians, before then passing what was left, onto his daughter.
In 2010 the Romanians ...