Vila Economat

Address: 2 Pelesului, Sinaia, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Pelesului, Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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      A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... are still remains of the wall used to keep out Romanians. When the Saxons ruled, Romanians weren't allowed to own property inside the city wall, so they settled outside. Apparently Ekaterina's Gate is where they were allowed to come through, but it was only certain times and they had to pay a fee. Imagine that! That is the one gate still intact. I loved strolling along the old city and looking at the towers and gates. I had lunch at Bella Musica, which is a cave-like restaurant and ...

      BL #32: Learn to Appreciate a European Castle

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 03, 2014

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      ... perhaps the most modern castle in Europe, in the sense that it was the first to have central heating, electricity, and even central vacuuming! Beyond that, the interior is so well designed that it puts all other castles to shame, making them feel downright stodgy in comparison. But the best part of Peles is the variety of styles that have been incorporated into its interior design - Moorish, French, and Florentine, all under one roof, making for a ...

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      A travel blog entry by bobofgold on Sep 09, 2009

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      ... This was the only train we could get that got us there in time to catch our flight up to St Petersburg. Panic set in and we pondered our options. Fly, look for a different train, get a taxi... All of these were impossible and expensive. Flights would be $300 each! We decided to go back to Bucharest and hope we could somehow get on the train we were supposed to. Then when we were wiating at the station we decided to ask a taxi driver how much it would be. ...

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      ... like history. We did watch a video about Romanian fortified churches in general in one of the buildings of the fortress, but not about this particular one. We did learn that the citadel was built circa 1215 and was only conquered once in its long history. Also, during a particularly long siege, the citizens became concerned about having fresh drinking water so a well was built - 143m deep and apparently it took 17 years to dig it. I'm not sure how long the siege lasted, ...

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