Hotel City Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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... families, but is well known as a ski resort area with many tourists, not only from Romania, but also from Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland and other European states.
In 2013, the Junior Olympic competition for figure skating, alpine skiing and speed skating was held here. Many luxurious hotels and restaurants cater mostly to foreign tourists. The location in the mountains is very picturesque with its heavily forested mountainsides. I could imagine ...
... Hungarian empire refused to step in since he was also an ali against the Ottomans so the wives of the merchants stepped in and kidnapped Vlad's mistress. A supposedly distraught Vlad negotiated her return for sparing the lives of the remaining German merchant prisoners, but don't be mistaken in true Vlad fashion he got the best of them in the end.
The first school in Romania built by Honterus was a German school. Not only was he an educator he was also a ...
Now that we were savvy Romania travellers (ha!) we found a cab that charged a fair rate to take us to our hostel. 5 lei - about $1 each. Brasov is a much bigger city than Sibiu, and quite busy. There were lots of international stores and fast food places. Our hostel was really busy, especially after having the whole place to ourselves in Sibiu. The first night we went for supper with a few people from our hostel to a microbrewery, and then we tried to go see Dracula ...
... quick smart!!! A few more bars later found us at the "Times" nightclub, were there was a live local band, tequila shots for 5 lays ( $1.50, but got the first one for free!) and dancing up a storm. As previously mentioned, for some reason, Romanian girls really like Ivan as they converged on him on the dance floor. The feeling was mutual. Walking home we passed Paddy and Val's hotel, so Ivan called up to their room, "I love you Paddy and Val!" ...
... to skip Biertan and the fact I never saw a sign for it supported my decision especially because I wanted to make sure we had enough time in Sighisoara. Definitely the cherry on top of the day was Sighisoara. Really quaint village. Reminded me of Bruges except it didn't have any candy shops. But it did have plenty of souvenir shops to keep Ashley happy. Spent several hours here just walking the cobblestones. We covered lots of ground today and since ...