Ana Motel

Girov, Romania | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Girov

A gorge and a lake

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Jul 24, 2014

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... to the regional capital Brasov. Here a new bypass whizzes us past the town and onto the E578.
This is a lovely road. A sign informs that this is another project constructed with EU funding. It's fast and sweeping with perfect tarmac and leads us rapidly a 100 miles north up a broad valley between the mountains.

At Gheorgheni we stop for tea at a roadside cafe. ...

Red Lake and Bicaz Canyon

A travel blog entry by sksalber on Oct 21, 2011

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Visited Red Lake and Bicaz Canyon in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains. I wasn't too impressed with the lake but the canyon was beautiful. We spent a couple of hours walking down though the middle of it. The weather wasn't the greatest but we got lucky that it wasn't ...

The Long and straght road that leads to Roman

A travel blog entry by istanbultoparis on Aug 02, 2010


We covered our planned 65 miles today on a very straight endless road and into a constant headwind. We have arrived in the town on Roman and are once again staying in a cheap hotel. It is a huge morale booster to be able to get clean after a day in the saddle. Thanks for the messages of support.
We hope that everyone is well.

Best wishes from us all

Bob, Dave, Alex, Jay and ...


A travel blog entry by budureleonora on May 16, 2010

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... meeting took place in Sofia in May 2011.
I coordinated SECOND PROJECT MEETING-in Piatra Neamt -ROMANIA


10 April, Saturday

9.00 – 16.00

Visit to "Red Lake"and monasteries

11 April, Sunday

9.00 – 16.00

Visit to monasteries and museums of NEAMT and SUCEAVA counties

12.00 – 13.00


16.00 – 18.00

Visit ...

Bicaz Gorge, Red Lake, and Onions

A travel blog entry by dueduedue on Sep 06, 2007

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We drove along a twisting, climbing road until we reached a spot where the narrow road runs directly beneath the overhanging rocks. The tour books call this the "neck of hell." Andrei parked the car and we walked along this most spectacular stretch of road. We noticed lawsuits-waiting-to happen where guard rails vanished and there was nothing between the edge of the road and a ...