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... art nouveau style. Plans are for EU and ENESCO to rebuild it.
The Genoese Lighthouse is soaring 26 feet built in 1860 to honor Genoese merchants who established a flourishing sea trade community here in the 13th century.
The Roman Mosaics are incredible. The experts figure they are over 9000 square feet of colorful mosaics, built toward the end of the 4th century AD and developed over the centuries. It was ...
Eastern Romaina is a lot like South Aus, infact we felt like we had hammered the crusier along a lot of dodgy tracks to go nowhere. Gypsies as it turns out are not so scary but are infact an different cultural group, darker skinned and don't live in caravans as we imagined but live in trucks with bee hive rear bodies. They seem to follow the crops and particularly the sunflower crops, which ...
... think of the Romans being their ancestors rather than Slav tribes. A large number of Roma and Sinti live in the country. They supposedly originated from Pakistan and India, wouldn’t settle but rather roam around and are commonly called gipsies. The general population looks at them with contempt.
We took the ferry from Galati across the Danube in order to get to Tulcea. That is the last city in the Danube Delta before the roads end. Tulcea ...
DAY 40 – April 21, 2015
The cold 'snap' has followed us to Constanta but we will not let it deter us.
So we walked the city plus the beach and marina areas. There is always a sense that you are in an old Communist era city ...... dull and grey. However you can see the beginning of a rebirth with the refurbishment of some glorious old buildings, creating walking streets and ...
11/15/14 Constanta, Romania
After we ran through the cold and wind to get back on the ship, I warned Bruce that we probably wouldn't want to go on the 4 hour walking tour of Constanta, which is further north and forecast to be colder. We’d pay but we wouldn’t go. He said to try it out, that Gail would probably feel the same way, but that we should try it. In the end we might all pay $25 to go back into our beds!