Smart Hotel

Address: 16 Theodor Aman Street, Sinaia, 106100, Romania | Inn
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This inn, located on 16 Theodor Aman Street, Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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      La mulți ani!

      A travel blog entry by cdbennett on Jan 01, 2015

      5 photos

      ... All the Christmas decorations and markets are still up which is beautiful- and of course there is still so much snow on the ground. Lanterns were being set off into the air and fireworks are pretty much BYO- people had them in hands and just set them off! It was so crazy, fireworks absolutely everywhere all around us! We'd get such big frights because they were so loud, but they were ...

      Bram's Castle

      A travel blog entry by haskalah on May 20, 2011

      7 photos

      ... truly terrified (oddly), but I rather dislike being startled. Also, I have panic attacks and no Valium, so no thanks. I think I'd have probably punched a guy on instinct. What I really wanted (still want) is a large, ugly, sheepskin vest. In white. If I were an infant, I'd be in luck, but as an adult, I only get to desire. (After I typed this, I opened another tab for Ebay.)

      We drove a short distance, past some awesome Soviet decay, to our ...

      Of Kings and Queens... and tour guides

      A travel blog entry by lazycaravan on Dec 22, 2010

      7 photos

      ... 8217;t until they are out of earshot (which frankly takes a while), that she is able to relax and continue our tour.

      Several themed sitting rooms give you a glimpse into what their lives were like, some of them understated, some overdone - each impressive. Also impressive: the king and queen’s shared bedroom (maybe they actually liked each other??) which was accessible from the queen’s writing room, and where the King eventually died. Yes, ...

      Transylvanian Myths and Realities

      A travel blog entry by wanderwoman2010 on Jul 08, 2010

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... generosity in providing me the opportunity to see a bit of his country, sacrificing his own time. He even called to check in with me a few times. I won’t get on my soapbox about the lack of customer service left in this world, but Ciel-Voyages is an exception, and reminded me of how I was taught to treat customers as a child. I was blown away by this service, no, simple kindness. My perception is that their expertise is in more ...

      I vant to suck your blood!

      A travel blog entry by eileenj on Sep 10, 2008

      Yes, I am now deep in Transylvania, where the legend of Dracula was born. And where the real guy is really from. I spent about 12 hours on the train to get to Brasov, one of the larger towns in Transylvania. I shared the sleeping compartment with two others, a man from Germany and a woman from Austria but who I think may have been Romanian or have relatives here as she had a ton of luggage and loads of people met her at the train station. Sleeping on trains is usually hit or ...