With Bradshaw’s 1913 Continental Railway Guide in hand, Michael Portillo ventures east through Romania. He uncovers an unlikely fan of his Bradshaw’s. http://www.bbc.co.uk
Last weekend a very good friend invited us to the sea side to celebrate her birthday and we spent two lovely days at Vama Veche, somewhere at the Black Sea, about 300 km from Bucharest, Romania.
Vama Veche is a small village somewhere at the border between Romania and Bulgaria, at the sea side. Years ago it was the place where everybody went on the 1st of May to celebrate Labor Day. It was also known as the place for hippies, rockers, motor bickers. Now, although the tradition is still kept, this little village has changed a little and turned into the perfect place for young people looking for some fun at the sea side. Continue reading