Romania is a country of in-betweens and almosts. It conjures thoughts of impalement and communism, a place where history was not shy about handing out more than a fair share of conflict. It would be incorrect to say that tradition and modernity are mingled; they only tolerate one another. Even in a short weekend in Bucharest, you find yourself swept up in their fascinating and beautiful struggle.
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Central Europe Road Trip Part 4
To round off our road trip we spent a day in the quiet and underrated Slovakia.
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Central Europe Road Trip Part 3
This principality of about 35,000 is smaller than the District of Columbia. What it lacks in size, it more than makes up in its scenic location nestled between the Eastern and Western Alps.
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Central Europe Road Trip Part 2
Even in the chill of winter this gem has everything; from cold, clear skies in the Alps to misty lowlands, to sprawling hills and fields and Baroque cities. Austria is the center of the continent and also formed the center of our trip.
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