Hotel City Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... last shift with the beautiful babies and then we'll be packing to leave on Saturday. Every minute has been an experience and we've got such amazing memories to treasure. Can't believe we've been here for 3 weeks- it's absolutely flown by!!!! We feel so safe and comfortable in Brasov and feel like we've grown up here haha! Lots more happening in the next few weeks- will be in touch. Take care xxxx ...
... experience! When we got home we FaceTimed our families to wish them happy New Year and then got some much needed sleep. Today started off slowly with a big breakfast and the rest of the planning for Rome. We also started our packing as we have our last shift tomorrow and then leave in Saturday. New Years in Romania was both a little scary and so exciting! It was the best start to what will be a great ...
... 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 ...
... or devil. Vlad then took on the nickname of Dracula, meaning son of Dracul.
Vlad reneged on his taxes to the Turks so they sent 2000 troops to make him cough up, where upon Vlad's army, using stealth and ambush, captured these soldiers. They knew that they couldn't defeat the much more powerful Turks, so they used the very modern technique of terrorism to win the day. Vlad had the 2000 Turkish soldiers impaled, putting pork fat on the poles ...
... 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 ...