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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Brasov Sacele
Travel Blogs from Sacele
... to a community of original Saxon homes -some restored to historical standards and painted in pastel shades of blues, greens, oranges and lavender. Chickens wander, pecking at the dirt. We get to the end of the road to park and approach the ancient buildings through a ...
... a puppy you’ve got a pretty good chance but most people here seem to only have designer dogs – Chihuahuas, Labrador, golden retriever, maltese, shitzu. No room for mongrels even though we all know that the Heinz variety is generally the least amount of hassle a dog can be.
The people who work at this place, and others just like it around the world, are amazing. They know that their heart will be broken almost daily yet ...
... outside, but also some nicer places, nothing fancy, but pleasant. At last, the driver yelled something at me and pointed to a building with no name. I got off, looking for a door. He honked and pointed. I tried a door. Locked. He honked and pointed again, I tried another door, he honked and pointed. This went on for quite some time, until a woman popped out of a locked door, Gabriel’s wife. She showed me to my immaculately clean room and told me ...
... It made for a much longer and more painful death. One other thing to think about; when then men began their downward slide, the bowels of the victim were released on the log. I can not imagine the smell. For women, Vlad would a lot of time use another, choice orifice, as the insertion point; use your imagination.Hungry now? Well, apparently, Vlad was. This is where the myth that Vlad drank blood and ate flesh first began. Vlad, ...
... the tourist information to find out where we needed to go so he could take us. He was shocked at our decision to walk the km to the hostel with our heavy bags and I have found this everywhere we have been so far, and it was the same when I was in India. People just don't walk in the heat when there are buses that go everywhere. We tried to explain that we love walking but he just kept shrugging and looking shocked. So he led us to where ...