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... yummy). The next day Andreas showed us what he'd seen around the city the day before, and we got coffee in the square and watched the end of a wedding. We had a nice relaxed day and Alicia and I decided to stay one more night and make a day trip to Sighisoara. We caught the 11am train the next day, expecting a 2ish hour journey. Sadly the train stopped in the middle of nowhere for about an hour, and we ...
... but the ruins themselves were really interesting to walk around. I loved reading all the information of "Dracula's" connection to this place, as well as learning about the construction of it. Vlad Tepes is the man that Dracula is based on and he used this fortress while fighting the Ottoman Empire. At the bottom of the fortress there are two really disturbing statues of men who had been impaled. Impaling was Vlad's specialty in battle. ...
... you bizarre jokes that make you laugh until your bellies ache. But remember, to complete the reversal, after the cabbage rolls you must also down a refreshing bottle of excellent Romanian white wine, in the cool mist of the magical stream."
So that's how we spent the rest of our night, just another quiet evening in the lovely Enchanted Forest, reversing the curse. Screw you, Gypsy ...
... portion of the drive.
What should have been a 3.5 to 4 hour drive, ended up being somewhere between 5 to 6 hours - damn you, Garmin!!! After we were 90% of the way to Sibiel, we realized that we had been paralleling the main highway for quite some time, and could have easily shaved an hour or more off of the drive had we simply trusted Google! But no matter, as we finally reached our destination, Pension Mioritica, which I ...
... winding country roads connecting Mediaş to other small cities in Transylvania. Many of the most interesting sights to see involved elaborately-dressed gypsies, regularly alongside the road selling their wares, walking, or driving rickety horse-drawn carriages right past the signs that had a red line crossing out silhouettes of people engaging in that very activity. The architecture was often very different than that which I'm used to, with rounded roofing tiles ...