Hotel City Center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We have found that although people here are nice once you get to know them, they all have a very stern and sour look on their face - all the time! The owner of Hotel Christina explained it to us, and he reminded us that many people in Romania live pretty difficult lives and perhaps that is why they don't smile. I'm not convinced that this is the only reason for the scowls, but I will buy it for now.
The castle's history was quite involved, and, ...
... town was lovely, and while we were settling in to the hotel, Elizabeth and Jack had an awesome time playing with the snow that was on the front lawn. This was the first time that they had seen snow on our trip (sorry, Canadian friends! ), and they loved it!
We drove to nearby Peles Castle, which was the summer residence of the Romanian royal family. After navigating the icy parking lot, avoiding the onslaught of school children, ...
... houses inside the defenses. There were schools, store rooms, arsenals - everything you need to hole up till the ravaging army had packed up and crawled back from whence it came!!
If you visit Transylvania, and I strongly urge you to do so, don't just head for Bran, and definitely leave Bucharest as early as you can and head for the countryside. Its beautiful and has so much to show you. The rest of Europe still hasn't figured this out so come soon.
I have to post an early and short entry because we are going to be on a train without the Internet tonight.
Breakfast was again disappointing and I am pretty sure it was just the bread that had been left from yesterday. The same old loaf that was not even sliced and had a chunk ripped off the top. Again, thank goodness for the yogurt. They also seemed to refill the sugar. Yay.
We hung around the hostel until we ...
... see Europe. And interestingly, with her surname being 'Braun', she was on a quest to Germany to discover whethere she was related to Hitler's wife, Eva Braun. According to her, the link was very real. One suspects, however, that Braun is a very common name in Germany and that her quest would be quite difficult. But you never know.
Before long we'd arranged to take part in the daily walking tour together. It was yet another case of a solo-travelling woman seeking out Kevin ...