BIO Boutique Hotel Club Austria
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and windows are very small and there are secret passageways, some which we navigated with difficulty. The castle houses 60 timbered rooms, and some of these are connected by underground passageways.
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“Although Stoker never visited Transylvania, the Irish author relied on research and his vivid imagination to create the dark and intimidating stomping ground of Count Dracula, leading to persistent myths that ...
... we sporadically chat whilst regarding the storm. It is in the midst of this that Raluca's father, Gheorghe arrives. He is the life of the party and again, speaks no English but again, we manage to communicate. He welcomes me to his home by bringing out Visinata(drink made from sour cherries) and Tuica(made from fermented plums). I am so honoured and gratified by his hospitality and I think I stay up drinking till 1 or 2am and then we all go to bed.
... nothing in this country is easy - poor planning on our part meant that we purchased a round trip cable car ticket from Sinaia, not realizing that the last car back down was fairly early. There was a small chance that we could have hiked all the way to the Caraiman Cross via Babele and back in time for the last cable car back to Sinaia, but that chance evaporated once we lost the trail and ended up taking a big detour on the way to ...
... in small packs. Much to our dismay, they also party in packs as well. We were all kept awake last night by what sounded like a large pack barking all night long outside of our hotel. One of our riders, Brigitta, rode in Romania last year and wound up taking 3 dogs home with her! I don't plan on picking up any four-legged souvenirs. Speaking of Brigitta, I need to tell you about the 4 "European" riders on our tour. Brigitta is not only a dog lover, but she ...
... factories provided jobs. Everybody worked. I think that one reason Romania is not doing very well economically now is because the country was so controlled by the communists, that when the iron curtain fell in 1989, the country did not know how to handle its new freedom and take care of itself. But that’s just speculation. Gabriel says it’s because taxes are so high, the government keeps borrowing, interest is too high, and they ...