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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... low as possible. We guess that their design reflects the original need for horse-sympathy. Guy and the Raven enjoy negotiating the curves a bit more than Hilli does! Sigishoara is an old Saxon settlement nestling into the bend of a river with its semicircle of protecting hills at the rear. The old city is amazingly well preserved (if a bit touristy) and we have a fascinating look-round before getting some traditional Romanian food at one of the eating-houses in the square. Hilli ...
... the speed of the river. The Danube is 130 feet higher today than it was before the dam and power station were built. There are towns and villages scattered along the river, but over 23,000 people had to be relocated in order for the dam to be completed.
... time stood still as I lay on the icy stairs. Most men would have crumbled under such pain and humiliation, but summoning the unique strengths which reside in me alone, I got up and continued to make for the connecting train. The surrounding civilians clapped and rejoiced at such a stunning display of heroism; but I was in no mood to take heed. My thoughts had turned to darkness and as I sat on the train heading for Sighisoara I wondered why the Gods had taken me to ...
This was our last stop on our Transylvania trip. I honestly think they just through it in so we could have a break on our 12 hour bus ride home from Brasov. I'm glad we stopped, I really liked this town! It had a lot of character and there was a cool graveyard that seemed fitting since it was almost ...
... integrated travel system, with buses, trams and trains all linking up. An example was our visit to the Sigit music festival. The biggest in Europe with 40,000 a day attending. Yes I did go, my first ever such event at the age of 67, but Netty encouraged me, citing it as an unmissable opporunity. Our attendance raised the average age by about 10 years! It was a wonderful day, not just the music which was, for me, ...