Hotel City Center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Romanians are mainly Eastern Orthodox, but many of its churches look like Catholic churches because of Hungarian influence.
We had lunch near Bran Castle, and I was able to take some pictures. I was lucky enough to be able to shop for some great souvenirs in the area, including grabbing a pair of wool slippers for 20 lei ($5.) I ate traditional "bulz" for lunch, which was rich and full of meat and polenta. I do like this food, but I don't know that I could ...
... Marceau mime but close. At midday and 6pm a brass trio in dapper uniforms heralds the hour on a balcony of the former town hall in the current town square. The building was also previously used as a gaol before having your head lopped off. If you tipped your executioner then he'd even give you the A-reserve ticket and do the lopping with a sword rather than an axe. End point is the same but it's ...
... pipe organ. It supposedly gets played every day at 3 pm. We walked by the main square where the lights are at night. John spotted the castle on the hill. He suggested that we make the climb up to it to get warm again. We hiked up and around the castle and then we went in because it was open and free. I think it is mainly a restaurant now. After the castle we climbed up to the two towers that overlook the town. The are called the black ...
... they pointed towards members of the political group. It was a lost cause. However, using a map, we managed to conduct our own walking tour; on which led us up some lovely Saxon towers, around the crumbling grey town walls, and eventually to the dodgier outskirts of town which featured some gypsies in traditional dress. They looked quite glamorous, except I suppose, for their obviously bad health condition.
I decided to ask Sarah questions about her time in the ...
Well on the map it seems simple enough to go from Varna to Brasov via Bucharest, sadly in practice it was a bit more waiting round than I had anticipated. After getting to the boarder town of Ruse I found that there was no space on any bus to take me across to Bucharest, sigh the next train was a nice lengthy five hours away, but with little choice I sat reading my book, when finally the train arrived it proceeded to languor on the platform for two hours after if was suppose ...