Hotel Rina Tirol
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... out of Romania, at which time the castle became the property of the Romanian government. Everything was confiscated from the castle, and some of the items went to the National Archives.
In the 1970s Bran Castle opened as a historical place, but nothing was mentioned of Queen Maria. Elena was a daughter of Maria. She received the castle as an inheritance from her mother. She died in the US at age 92. She had five children - four girls and one boy and the boy ...
I went to bed late after spending time with a hostel mate. Bibiana and I went to the local bus station to go to the regional bus station. We looked at the time and had to wait 35 mins for he bus. After 40 mins, I put 2 and 2 together that the bus wasn't coming. Today is Labor Day and it's a holiday here. The bus doesn't run on Sunday's which I learned in Germany whatever the schedule for the bus is on Sunday is ...
... to the hospital and after signing all the paperwork, made our way up to the wards. The hospital is set out like the ones at home with all the wards in different areas for different needs- surgical, terminal illness, orthopaedic etc. but unfortunately they don't have as many facilities or access to as much technology here, so the way things are run is quite different. We work in two wards with babies/children under five years old, ...
... in the sun and wait, but for how long?
Great success! 30mins later, paperwork in hand we were in Romania. First impressions of the countryside; flat as a tack and agricultural with crops of wheat, corn, maze as far as he eye could see. Sure enough the first horse drawn cart (ala Borat) sailed past, with signs warning of their ever threatening presence throughout the rest of the day..
On one lane highways now, it soon ...
... the only guest that night. Wha??? Ok, that means peace and quiet tonight! She gave me some ideas on what I should see in town, so I headed straight out.
Brasov is marvelous! It was surrounded by mountains and covered in snow when I was there, though I was properly equipped with my Bulgarian friend’s coat and my Doc Martens, so I found the chill quite welcoming. Not too cold, and pure whiteness to make up for any uncomfortable ...