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... traffic, (Romanians on holiday we have discovered are not early risers,) and a mostly good surface. The views are breathtaking, as is the sight of a line of market stalls all set up for business in the middle of nowhere. We rode at a casual pace taking in our surroundings and stopping for the obligatory photographs. It's a very fine road but not up to the build up it has had from those bunch of juvenile half wits ...
... a jigsaw puzzle is and instead of giving him the meaning of the actual word, she finds another way to describe what she is explaining. The other time I found their interaction funny was when she used an expression that was not quite right in the context referred to(something I only know cause English is my first language) and then the poor Asian tour guide didn't understand what she meant again. I swear those two were great entertainment at times and I bet you I am the only ...
... the end, they succeeded and we've got a victory photo. We then headed back to Brasov and took the walking tour. I met a guy named Leo while aunt Linda talked to some other guy. We have definitely made a lot of new friends. Our tour guide was amazing she knew the answers to our questions. Well except the missing wall but no one could have predicted that. Other then that she was awesome she just really seemed to make the history come alive. Another new friend I made was Leo. He is ...
... and had to roll the window down as I was feeling extremely carsick. However, I was determined that on this beautiful sunny day, I was not going to allow anything to get me down. So I just gulped some air, and listened to Bogdan tell me the history of Vlad the Impaler.
When we arrived at the bottom of the mountain, I could see the Fortress perched on the top. It was spectacular, but I also was aware that my heart was sinking. I had ...
... crash to the ground like Icarus and die. Upon his crash, on
that very spot, a spring would gush forth, which is now called Manole's
well. Today people would throw coins in its basin, to make their wishes
Bucharest was so called during the '30 when the famous Orient Express
coming from Paris through Venice used to arrive in this elegant capital
of eastern Europe.
Elegant classic palaces, a lot of parks and ...