Hotel Charter Otopeni Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... century history. We stop at the cafe on the huge terrace outside the military museum just down from the Novotel. Unlike the helpfulness of the National Archive staff, we're clearly returning to the passport-collecting mentality. The waitress doesn't really want to offer us any service and when we ask her for something from the menu, she simply says no! After a bit of a game about what there actually IS on the menu, we end up with some weird doughnuts, ice ...
... in the porridge”.
Setting off south towards Brasov, we passed through some outstanding Transylvanian landscapes. Really steep mountains, covered in trees. You can only just see between them. This is the stuff legends are made off.
Passing by Brasov, we arrived at Bran, the home of Dracula's castle. It was like legend meets Blackpool! It is an interesting place but not at ...
... 107, 82, 0.496094); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Once we dumped our bags, we set out to explore the town. It is very small, and is like stepping back 50 years. (As seen by the horse and buggy).
... it took about three minutes for a really nice man behind the counter to explain to me that I needed to fill out an application form and attach a photo. Hmmm, no mention of an invitation letter. He could see from my passport that I was Australian so what's going on? I just went along with it.
Within minutes I'd filled out the form, handed it to him and he gave me an address of a bank across the street to pay the visa fee (65 euros). Still no mention of missing documents. ...
... the airport that says welcome to Romania and ten years of Piraeus Bank. I am thinking maybe I will photoshop edit the bank pic and replace it with traditional cheese and tomatoes sandwich which I missed so much!
The “change” bit from lower left corner of the Welcome to Romania picture reminds me of a poem ...