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We left the hostel at 9:30am to go on a tour of all the main sights in Transylvania. Our first stop was Peles Palace, former home of the Romanian royal family. Whilst the facade fave the impression that it was hundreds if years old, the palace was only built in the late 1800s this meant that at the time it was built it had full central heating and electricity as well as a sliding glass roof in the ...
... was to our surprise packed. When we reached the main square at the top of the high street dance music was blaring out and everyone was gathered around a stage it turned out to be a guy on an exercise bike doing some sort of exercise class with people in the crowd joining in. Very healthy entertainment for a Saturday night out! We wandered around the black church before deciding to find somewhere for dinner. ...
... of the horseshoe of the Carpathian mountains. The scenery is a blend of wide open plains that vanish into the far south, and imposing mountains to the north and west. Brasov is a mediaeval fortress town that has had to defend itself from various invaders. The Turks obviously, and Vlad himself even laid siege a couple of times such were the warlike leanings of our hero. There is a large and wide town square in the old quarter with cool bars and restaurants ...
... The castle was lovely, a great building and we saw some great things surrounded by beautiful landscapes and a scenic with a lake. However our experience was somewhat hampered by the amount of people in the castle. The castle wasn't very big and included a lot of tight corridors and windy staircases. It was so busy that we couldn't look around properly and it was far too hot to stand in a crowded room to read the information ...
... row of apartment and office buildings. It is nothing like the description in the book, which describes it as THE tourist destination in Romania, with baroque facades, bohemian outdoor cafes and one of Romania’s finest squares, Piata Stafaiui. We’ve booked one of the hotels on this square, Casa Wagner, which is highly rated on Trip Advisor, for 69 euros per night including breakfast and taxes.
A taxi driver says he knows where our hotel is, and uses ...
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