Travel Blogs from Constanta
... deed done for the day, we continued on to Tulcea. The territory from Constanta to Histria is very flat, highly cultivated, with power line and windmills. After leaving Histria, we encountered a few small hills and a forest. Most of the land is still cultivated, but there are also numerous sheep and goatherds, all attended by a least one shepherd or goatherd, sometimes two. And an alert dog, of course. We saw one cowherd, which seemed to require no attendant. ...
... a good hour at lunch using the free wifi and enjoying the comfort of some cool air despite the fact many people still smoked at tables and indoor environments. The beach area was something else. There is about 7km of white sandy beaches all with bars, clubs, extravagant seating (couches etc) and loud club music (Yes! at 2pm in the afternoon) and all linked by a cable car which stretches the length of the ...
... that and that the meter should read a lot less. He bluffed and said he would call the police and Junko stood her ground. The driver wouldn't open the trunk to let her get her luggage until she paid the ridiculous amount, 5 x what it should be. Two local ladies saw the commotion and came to her and said she should take a picture of the driver’s license plate and report him to the police. Then finally, he opened the trunk. Hiro arrived by then ...
... at the beach to have an opportunity to experience it up close and personal. The guys in the group perked right up when they discovered a few young women without their bikini tops!
The best part of the day was our lunch at a rather posh outdoor restaurant in the center of town. Attractive people, good food although I really can't tell you exactly what we ate. I did recognize the dolmades which seemed to have a chicken ...
... Lots of rally teams were meeting us a bar called Zsimpla which had lots of different themed rooms before we went to a roof top club. Really fun night which involved a lot of dancing to Ghetto Tech - who knew I was such a fan!
The next day we packed up and headed towards the Romanian border. And that's when trouble began. We were aware that this was a proper border crossing so all got our passports out. Except, James couldn't find ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking