Pensiunea Marina

Address: Avram Iancu Street No. 24, Sinaia, 106100, Romania | Villa
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This villa, located on Avram Iancu Street No. 24, Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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        Travel Blogs from Sinaia

        Dracula's Coming Out - Bran Castle

        A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Oct 11, 2015

        ... snake-like dragon connotations of evil. Thus, the Romanian word Dracul stands in English for both dragon and devil.Dracula, the title of Vlad Tepes,translates as Son of Dracul.

        Moreover, the ceremonial uniform of the Order – black cloak over red accouterment – was Bram Stocker’ source of inspiration for Count Dracula’s look.

        But how did Bram Stoker’s story turn into a myth? A partial explanation is provided by ...

        The search for understanding

        A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Aug 04, 2015

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... 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 ...

        Day 6 - Sinai (Peles Castle)

        A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Jul 01, 2012

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... 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 ...

        Poenari Fortress - 1480 Stairs - Oct. 20 Part 1

        A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 20, 2011

        11 photos

        ... up the mountain to rebuild Poenari Fortress.

        We do know that Vlad Tepes did use the Poenari Fortress to defend Wallachia. It still exists, although in ruins, and to reach the fortress, one must climb almost 1500 stairs. It took Bogdan and I several hours to reach Poenari Fortress, as it is located in the Făgăraş Mountains. We drove through absolutely breathtaking scenery, and over very winding roads. I had forgotten to take ...


        A travel blog entry by scottarobinson on Nov 22, 2010

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... get their eyes on. After being swarmed as soon as we left the station, we thought it was safer (especially for Sparkes ... details later), if we stayed inside. So we set up camp and awaited our 4am connection to Brasov. After a few gangs walking past, a guy who'd got beaten up and a dozen or so stray dogs passing by, our train arrived. One positive is that I did manage to grab this little beaut of the information lady who was having ...