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... next to me, on to the King of the Grill throne, overlooking the stream. For whatever reason, the moment and place instantly felt right, and we never even made it over to the other side - all marriage proposals are a little cheesy on some level, and this spot was no different, striking exactly the right balance between a beautiful spot and a beautiful piece of fromage. While thousands of tourists have passed through this place, it's still a place that you could ...
... walls. I wonder whether the rest of the village was jealous? Most of the new houses had red roof tiles and some tone of orange walls. However there were also several blue, green & pink walls - and one was purple and another shocking pink. I think they use a cement render over bricks/stones for the walls, as I saw several houses that didn't have any mortar holding the bricks/stones together. Not quite finished I guess.
... walls, tower blocks for defence positions, a central square and the normal churches. Similar to Sibiu but much smaller ( one square ).
But Sighisoara is a real tourist town although not alot of tourists ( foreign ) about. Prices are double and you have to pay to do everything - including going into a church. Plus extra for a camera!!!! Prices ranged from a couple of dollars to 6 or 7 for each ...
Our last German minority city stop was Sighisoara. Coincidentally, this was also the birthplace of Dracula. Many tourists come here just to see where Dracula took his first few steps. Yet there is much more that makes up this small ...
... Marco is Dutch and has lived in Valchid, one of the small villages for about 10 years, and has been running tours for about 7 years.
Marco turned up on time, and led us down the stairs to the lower town, where his small, non-aircon car is waiting. We have to sort out some roadworks vehicles before we get away, but are soon on the road, at some pace, heading for our first Fortified Church. We didn’t know much about the history of this area before ...