Monday, February 11, 2008

Poiana Brasov

First of all, thank you for all good words! Leena was right: if they count for medicine than I am starting to feel better! Of course, still blowing nose, caughing & Co, but way better. For the weekend, since we had some stuff to celebrate, I took my better half and the flu along to Poiana Brasov. Mr. S. spent the day in the gym, I in the sauna (in a marvelous minty aroma). I tried to swim, but since I couldn't breath, that was not possible. The water seemed terribly cold, too. So after sauna, I just slept next to the pool.

Here is how the snow outside (yeah, I know, I am tired of white too...) looked from the window of our hotel.

10 comments:

  1. Very cute alpine scene. :)

    Glad to hear you're feeling better. That's a nasty, long-lasting flu you've got.

    (The elephant skeleton is real.)

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  2. Veay beautiful scene!

    I am glad you are feeling well. Cheers!

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  3. I am glad you are feeling better!

    BTW You have with your two pictures shown very clearly why a picture in portrait mode gives a far better result where there are many vertical lines. No.1 wins hands down.

    Thank you for nice comments!

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  4. I am glad you are feeling better a little bit. Hope you will recover completely soon.
    I like the photos you posted, especially the first one. It is beautiful view from the hotel you enjoyed with your better half.

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  5. Glad you are over the worst of this illness... thats one big hill..

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  6. Beautiful scene and some quality time you have spent together. Well done.

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  7. That sauna must have felt good and I'm sure it helped get rid of that flu bug. Glad you are better.

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  8. Fun in the snow, get well soon!

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  9. Brrrrr! That looks cold. But the sauna sounds like a lovely place to be in weather like this. Hope it was beneficial and helps you feel better! Be well!

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  10. Sure looks wonderful,what a view.
    Looks like a steep drop for skiing as well.

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