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... in the past and indeed now it appears to be a thriving town.
We were struck by just now civilised it all was, just like many towns across southern Europe in fact. Here is the town centre as a place for people to gather, to promenade, to sit and talk. A place where children could play, with pedal cars and bikes provided. It was a wonderful place to just sit and take it all in.
What was not so ...
... ride, we reached the top of the mountains. On first looking at the layout, I saw a barren loveliness before me-it was all grass, rocks and sand, no trees; you should have seen the trees on the way up-some were perfectly made Christmas trees. This surprised me but it in no way detracted from its beauty.
It gave you room to view the stone sculptures properly. I suppose a better word for them would be natural rock formations as there was nothing man made about ...
... it! I took Lee out for birthday dinner to a really nice Italian restaurant 'Prato', where we had cocktails and beautiful Italian food. I greeted them and asked for the table in Romanian when we arrived- bad move on my part haha, he gave Lee the English menu and I got the one in Romanian, haha no more English for me! We had a wonderful time and then walked home after our entire day out in ...
... beside it. Actually Brasov (our next stop) has this too...handy if you are ever wondering where you are...just look up! In Brasov we saw the Black Church (much less ominous then it sounds..it simply caught on fire once turning the sandstone bricks that make up its exterior black...no ritual sacrifices or interesting things like that!). We also saw the old town square here and regiments of fortress walls that run through the city but are now just another part of people's homes ...
... hits up larger destinations. Which leads us to our next destination: Brasov.
Brasov is the capital of Transylvania, a province (county? Dunno what they are called here) of Romania. Yes, I just came from an Eastern Bloc country more Eastern Bloc-y than I have ever been before. Talk about not being in Kansas, anymore. But the people! Oh, they are marvelous! First, I had an adventuresome couchette trip from Budapest to Brasov with those ...