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... the building but it's too expensive to tear down right now. One side of the square has an ancient building of beautiful architecture but stands uncared for. When the communists invaded Romania, they took over all the beautiful buildings and kicked out the owners. They then neglected the buildings. Once the communists were kicked out, the new government tried to find the original owners of the properties so they ...
... a win-win. Honey for sale everywhere on the roadside and very healthy crops our farmers would be pretty happy with. On our approach to Lochel (small town in the mid north for those not familiar with South Aus) I asked Darren to pull over so I could take a photo. Whilst I am taking the photo Darren the real horticulturalist gets a closer look at the weeds growing throughout the sunflower crop.
... local musicians who played traditional music on fiddle and guitar whilst we were eating lamb, cabbage and mashed potatoes.
The next day we experienced Rumanian reality. Our host strongly advised us not to take the route through the mountains we had chosen. She said literally: It looks as if Putin has bombed it! We followed her recommended detour and that way missed our ‘painted monasteries’ and still drove 8 hours to cover less than 400 ...
... extensive beachfront.
FYI -- Constanta was founded by the Greeks as Tomis around 2,500 years ago. It is rumored to have been the place where Jason and the Argonauts landed after securing the Golden Fleece of legend. The Romans conquered in 71BCE and renamed it in honor of the sister of the Roman Emperor of the time.
Today it is the fourth largest port in Europe after Rotterdam, Antwerp and Marseille. ...
... out, the morning was 48 degrees, and even feeling the cold air pouring off our window was more than I wanted to do. Of course, for Christine and Campbell, it was just an average winter day. I’m hoping they all had a good time.
We took advantage of the free time to tear apart the cabin looking for our unused lost coffee card, doing the laundry, going to the gym, replenishing my books. I wanted to imbue myself with the ports of call, so ...