Casa Rozelor - boutique hotel
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... drive through Romania has been, if I am to be honest, a little boring, especially since we left Sinaia. But, the car has given us a lot of flexibility, and we are seeing lots of different types of houses, lots of different fashions (my wind pants might not have been so bad in rural Romania), and without a car, we would never have been stuck behind a horse-drawn wagon full of fresh manure in Romania. What an experience that was!
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... sold soup. I really fancied a nice hot bowl of soup and a coffee after being out in the cold for a few hours. I found a couple of restaurants but walked out pretty much as soon as I walked in because of the cigarette smoke. In Romania it's still legal which is annoying for non-smokers. I eventually found a small cafe which was quiet enough that no body was around me smoking. The soup itself was amazing. It really done the trick. After my soup I went to try and go to ...
... was quite knowledgable and taught us about the history of the area and the German influence over Brasov. There are no longer many Germans in Brasov, but much of the architecture is still German style. Carmen is full of legends and stories about Transylvania and Brasov and they were interesting to listen to.
Today the weather was much of the same - rain and cold. Other than heading back to the market for lunch and a short walk around Brasov, we didn't do ...
... reminded them of Stoker's description, and Bran Castle started being called "Dracula's Castle." The Romanians need tourist attractions, and they welcome, with some amusement, the countless visitors that flock to the site of "Dracula's Castle." They have dedicated an upstairs room to the tales of Vlad and Dracula to appease the masses. The castle is interesting, and the drive through Transylvania is beautiful."
After Dracula's Castle, we drove ...
... have been like to live there. Driving up to the castle there are a couple of other buildings also quite nice. The land/layout itself has this old look to it. Here is a bit of information I looked up later about it:
"The castle was built in wood, stone, bricks and marble and comprises more than 160 rooms. The representative style used is German Renaissance, but one can easily discover elements belonging to the Italian Renaissance, Gothic, German Baroque and ...