Laguna Hotel

Mamaia , Constanta, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mamaia , Constanta.
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Travel Blogs from Constanta

Bucharest and Constanta

A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 06, 2014

... a part of the communist block and was considered behind the Iron curtain. In December 1989 a bloody revolution began and the communist government of Nicolae Ceausescu was over thrown. Today we met a 40 year old very articulate man who recounted his involvement in the revolution. He recounted his involvement of the December 21 uprising in Bucharest where 1000 people were killed including ...

A drive up the coast

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 09, 2013

... we did see one dead snake and one snake skin, so we believe people when they talk about it.

The site has a long heritage, being initially settled in the 7th Century BCE and continuously occupied until the 7th Century CE. Archaeologists suspect that changes to the lagoon or lake that borders Histria was one of the predominant causes of its decline. It also suffered a series of attacks, starting in the 3rd Century CE ...

The Shipyard City

A travel blog entry by bollidarling on Aug 16, 2013

21 photos

To be frank there was little to see or do here - the port itself was less than inviting with huge Shipyard signs and lots of derelict looking ships. It is the largest port on the Black Sea and one of the largest ports in Europe.  The City itself wasn't much better with many old buildings in various states of disrepair and ruin although we were told the Council was working on having them restored.  Given ...

Final Blog Post: Cycling the Donauradweg

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 30, 2013

11 photos

... meter. Even though he took a circuitous route around the road construction, the meter crawled reasonably slowly to 11, 12, then 13 lei. Then, just as she pulled in the courtyard of the hotel, the meter jumped to 45 lei or $13! At home, they would not bat an eye at a $13 ride. But they have taken several taxies before in Constanta and never paid more than 15 Lei for a much longer ride. Junko knew she was being cheated. She calmly told the driver she was ...

Roamin' in Romania

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Jul 27, 2013

3 comments, 12 photos

... we moved on to our first of what would become many Eastern Orthodox churches, with lots of icons, and no pews. The country is about 85% Orthodox, with some Roman Catholics and protestants, and only a few Muslims.

Our last stop was at the Archaeology Museum, which held a mildly interesting collection of primarily Roman artifacts. There was an entire room full of glass items found while excavating various areas. The most unusual ...