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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Romanian ruler who Dracula was inspired after! His name was Vlad “Tepes,” which means “Impailer”… I’ll let you look that up if you want to know more. He was particularly brutal during his rule, so people started speculating that he might be a vampire. The town totally fit the vibes of this legend—I’m sure that part of it was just the weather, but the sky was ...
... have dinner at the Jo Pub restaurant where the best dessert is prepared. Papanasi is a Romanian dumpling where the dough is mixed with a soft creamy cheese similar to ricotta and eaten with blackberry jam and sour cream, declicious. Good thing we had to walk back up the hill to get the calories off.
We are off to stay at a farmhouse tomorrow, will be an interesting experience.
... continuing our walk through the tiny cobblestone streets was cut short by relentless rainfall, so our night ended with another underpriced, oversized meal at the local pub. Side note: Having experienced Romanian music on the radio and watched the video clips on "Romanian MTV" a few times now, I can truly say it is quite unique. Essentially, they just dub popular American songs with equivalent Romanian lyrics. Resulting in songs that never quite properly fit ...
... fortification of the town, is perched on a high hill and surrounded by turrets, walls, and towers. In 1241 Genghis Khan's troops poured over Transylvania leaving behind a decimated population. As a result, fortifications were built in this town as well as others in Transylvania, preserving the areas cities in the Saxon mode.
Street view from town square. You can see ...
... meal of spaghetti carbonara with bacon was delicious. The menu listed 150/150/100/20/20gr which my psychologist explained is the spaghetti, bacon, oua (whatever that is) Parmesan and Ulei (no idea what this is either) mix. I had not seen this before and am impressed. It's the first proper meal I've had on the trip, apart from breakfasts, I seem to be surviving on bread and cold meat, fruit and strudels.....too much to see not time to waste sitting ...