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... named after the river) was the summer residence of the royal family. I can definitely understand the German influence in Romania now.
After the 1989 revolution , the government allowed people to get back their properties. The ...
... So much for 'sitting back and relaxing,' but at least I am sitting. There might be a lounge around here somewhere, but no way in hell I am getting up. This seat is too precious.
I woke up thinking I didn't want to deal with the hassle of getting myself to the train station by Metro but I did it anyway. I just followed the herd and tried to make myself smaller with my huge backpack. The train station is dominated by a Mc Donald's. In fact, a young woman handed me a booklet of coupons as soon as I arrived! Can't wait!
I got my ticket to Sinaia, which only required a painless bit of mime and some money, per usual. I was able to decipher where ...
... was a celebrity in her own right as an authoress writing under the name of Carmen Sylva and her writing room is lovely, as is her large studio upstairs whose ceiling mimics the skeleton of a large boat, inverted. I could go on and on about Peleş, but you should really see it for yourself. It’s absolutely lovely. And don’t skip the gardens, which should be beautiful in the spring/summer.
Today they are covered in snow and ice, so we restrict ourselves to ...
... the years to find the perfect pair of all-purpose shoes for traveling. I thought I had found the perfect pair when I found some sturdy, nice looking Merrell sandals, but it turned out that the shape of the heel wrap-around caused the Velcro to dig into my ankle bones. Finally, I gave up on them and bought a similar full-shoe pair as opposed to the sandal design of my others. These new Merrells worked pretty well during our recent trip to India and ...