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... falling apart, totally uncared for and miserable looking. One of the excursions went to Bucharest but it was a 12 hour bus journey and we couldn't bring ourselves to sign up to that. We'd love to see Bucharest but the distance and time put us off. This country is struggling to come out of it's communist past but they have a long way to go. It is the largest port on the Black Sea ...
... subjected to torture if the refused to disclose what people said in the confessional - outrageous! Then a drive through the countryside to a huge winery where we sampled 5 of the local wines. Surprisingly, we were not able to buy any but were told to go to the supermarket - opportunity lost. Drinks on the house and lots of happy chat over dinner rounded out a lovely ...
... Over time the Danube and the Black Sea silted up and changed course so that they were no longer near the town. Thus the town eventually collapsed.
The ruins were very interesting with rows of houses and warehouses. This was a very active commercial town. There were cisterns and aqueducts to bring in water. This town is about 1 hour outside of present day Constanta. Tomorrow onto Nessebur, Bulgaria.
We decide to do one of the ship's tours to the Danube Delta today. We're not too crazy about the tours offered in this port, but we have a lot of onboard credit we need to use up. It's around a 2 hour ride by coach, which turns out to be more interesting than the Delta itself. Our guide, Vasily, is very open and candid as he tells us about life in Romania. We drive thru small towns and open farmland, and even though we can feel his love for ...
... couple of inches deep in hail before it stopped, then the torrential rain came down and melted most of it within a few minutes. As we drove off D noticed that some of the building had lost roof tiles, he was decidedly thankful that none had come off the building we’d sheltered beside. That would have left a nasty dent, whereas we had been lucky with the hail and don’t seem to have suffered any damage.
This particular village has an old ...