Dalin Center Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one of the oldest town in Hungary, and center of the Paprika production. The tour took us to a Catholic church, St.Joseph's, for an organ concert preformed by a priest.
We visited the church and went to the town center where we saw the Archbishop's Palace and the Cathedral Church which was under ...
... a lot of TLC. Recently renovated buildings stand next to derelict shells. It is reputed to not be as safe as many other cities I have visited, a perception I was not inclined to test as a woman wandering around by myself. I found it interesting that the guide mentioned the German ethnicity of the royal family, even though they had been living in Romania for centuries. Still not "Romanians", who originally were, you guessed it, Romans. Vlad Dracul (the Impaler) ...
... the above. Everything for sale from old clothes, new clothes, textiles, and a lot of food. In Romania, they eat a lot of meat. And they use every part of the animal. You don't even want to know what is served. Here is a sample of sausages and you know the old saying about not knowing what goes into a sausage casing. But it smelled pretty good.
(Darlene's expertise) We toured the Museum of ...
... the old town where we relaxed with a couple of beers and typically heavy Romanian cuisine. It all sounds like a pleasant day, except it was excruciatingly hot and we were nearly unable to move at the end of the day.
After checking out the next morning, Kevin and I asked Marius if we could leave our bags at reception.
“No,” he said, bluntly.
“Oh,” I replied, sensing another Romanian refusal of service.
“I'm joking!” ...
... the palace. Casa Poporului is the second largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States. The palace exhibits grandeur and power; all of which I'm sure Ceauşescu was looking to display with his Palace to his people, as well as to the world. However, it is rather sad how Ceauşescu spent millions ...