Hotel Sir Colentina
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... along with another monument honoring the dead in their war in 1991. Many buildings, in the town, still showed the destruction of the war. Our guide led us through the Tvrda district, with its collection of baroque buildings, cobble stoned streets, large central square.
There were many pubs and restaurants, ...
... every growing list of cities in which I NEVER want to try to drive a vehicle. I'm going to assume they have traffic laws, but they seem to be more of a "suggestion."
Our tour included a monastery and two castles, both owned by the Romanian Royal Family. Yep, they still have one, mostly living in exile since the Communists kicked them out back in the forties. (Hey, it's better than what they did to the Russian royals, right?) Peles castle interior was ...
... an Australian. What was more puzzling was that he seemed slightly stoned.
“G'day, I'm Michael, yeah come in, make yourself at home I guess, drop your bags and ****.”
We sat and waited for him to show us to our rooms.
“Oh no I don't run this place, Marius has just run off to get an ice cream or some ****, just have to wait for him to get back.”
He wasn't the hostel owner. What a relief. We sat on some colourful rugs while ...
... s label is a very sought after object and is regularly stolen. So Mrs Morgan, if I see a number one outside of your classroom I'll be asking questions.
After Berlin I hopped on a flight from Stuttgart to Bucharest. Bucharest is the capital of Romania and it is the most stunning place. The people are incredibly kind and I adored strolling around the city. The marathon was hot, hot, hot ...
... Merlot lasted me very well and I was in no pain in the morning after the festivities.
Our adventure into the city the next day was interesting to say the least. Many of the group could not be bothered to go, as even the guide books pretty much said not to bother! Our first issue was attempting to find a blooming bus ticket. According to a friendly, English speaking cafe owner, it was a bank holiday and therefore the buses were free, as the conductors were not ...