- Shuttle bus service
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Today was just one of those days that was incredible in so many ways. Even despite the lame cab drivers I have encountered, Romania is quickly becoming a very special place to me.
My guide, Cecilia, and her driver, picked me up at 9 am. She has been so helpful to me, even before I arrived in Romania. And she knows so much about the country as a National Guide. She told me that she was impressed with my research, and that Romania is very safe for female ...
... into Romania on the longest single span bridge in Europe. That was also something to see not surprisingly the Danube is far from blue. The accommodation in Bucharest was good, clean and better than basic even the wifi was good though access was limited. A bit tricky when you are trying to find flights and accommodation for the next stage of the journey! After a couple of nights in Bucharest we caught a train to Brasov a town in the ...
... look so fresh and perky I’m passing on the way up probably all caught the cable car up… I don’t really believe it but I’m still thinking it).
Eventually the angle of the hill above me is starting to level out and I know I’m almost there and the hike is worth it. Made all the more sweeter by the sweat it took to get there. I look for the house I’m staying in and spot it – with the help of ...
... I was well and truly bored -- was Rasnov. The now-tedious Transylvanian thunderstorm started up again, so it was mainly a case of running to the small ticket desk, purchasing a ticket, hopping on a little wagon connected to the back of a tractor, and getting carried up to the top of the Rasnov hill, where we saw more castle-ruins. It looked kind of cool, and the thunderstorm added extra atmosphere, but I was mainly annoyed at what the rain was doing to my beautiful hair. I ...
... Castle which was 'just down the road,' now thoroughly annoyed and exhausted we exited the small castle, and walked down the road, around the corner to finally witness the grandeur and magic of the Peles Castle. We had finally arrived!
Peles Castle was simply magical, set at the foot of sprawling hills and mountains, surrounded by lush greenery that only enhanced its medieval fairytale feeling. It's immediate grounds were pocket size compared to some grand Palaces we ...