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... or seem as sad. It's probably because they are fed meat all the time.
Right now at I'm Restaurant Transilvania in the Old Town for dinner, and I'm back at it with the meat. My food is about to arrive, so I will stop writing.
... Brukenthal history museum, and the building it was set in was as interesting as the exhibits. The Romanian Orthodox Church had an incredible interior - every part of the walls and ceilings were covered in paintings and mosaics. We also saw a Lutheran church, closed, and visited the art museum. There was a small collection of Salvador Dali small art pieces depicting scenes from Dante's Inferno. They also had a good collection ...
... part of the world being like stepping in back in time is true, but you won't get areal sense of it until you get out of your car and resort to more sedate transport. Farmers still use horse power to cart stuff around, the tractors we do see are small and have been lovingly maintained from some decades ago. Fields are small and much of the work is still done on a smaller scale. We cycled at leisurely pace through the scenery trying to take it all in. The narrow bike seat ...
... stretches of road. Once we arrive in Sighisoara, we head straight for the main site which is the clock tower-- which was built in the 13th century! It stands out right away and is a beautiful explosion of colour. The roof tiles have been fired to a rainbow of shades. The lower part of the tower is a museum, but we only glance casually at some of the artifacts before heading to the top to see the view. It is worth every steep narrow stair. It is so interesting to ...
So I made it! I came up with two brilliant plans on that long bus ride. One was to buy my next train ticket - no bus this time, or any time - to my next destination at the Sighisoara train station upon arrival. Then I would know what time to be there and I'd be all set. Brilliant, right? Just pretend that's not the obvious thing to do. Do it this one time, for me.
Second brilliant idea was to leave my heavy bag in the station, since I'd only be staying one night! I am ...