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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Left Timisoara early and headed to a town called Sebes, its at the start of the DN67C road that runes across the Fargas mountains. The road has a reputation for being one of the best in Europe, as it's right next to the Transfargarasan that is something to live up to.
The road is 100 Kilometres long and took me 3.5 hours to ride. There is very little traffic ...
... four and had an uneventful run down the road. Thanks very much indeed Gary.
Jochen met me in the departures hall and we made our way thrrough security which was heaving with folk and it not yet six o'clock. A fry helped to kill some time until we headed off to catch out flight which was uneventful enough, depositing us in Bucharest at 11am. Well, 1pm local time.
As we queued for ...
Got up this morning with the intention of going to see Bran Castle, if you know your Count Dracula you'll know that this castle is sort of maybe if you squint the one referred to in the books. It isn't, there is some speculation that Bram Stoker had this castle in mind when he wrote the books but that's about it... the whole town trades of the link, it's a nice town but the castle is just a big house full of random bits of furniture they ...
... all his force to pull the knife out, but he just couldn't do it". The funny thing is that he's a really loving guy who talks and has lots of energy, but I can't stop laughing in my head when he disrupts the class with his moaning and attention grabbing sounds during serious racism discussions. He would get up and put his hands on ...
... and every one of those students will be something great! I have met high school students in town that are about the same age and they don't speak English or they don’t have such charisma as these students do. They might join AIESEC someday and somehow make a difference. I know.
I helped Olya, my roommate, to call out names and give out awards for the students. Romanian names are so difficult to read. I chose all the easy ones and gave the ...