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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmbient Pension Brasov
Great location 10 min walk from main drag, very helpful staff on front desk - massive room, king size bed, about 100 channels. Couldn't ask for more
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... fire started by the Austrian army that occupied Brasov in 1689. (Man living in the Middle Ages had to suck? Seems like this town was always being "taken over" by some group or another.) Its a classic example of a three nave hall church though its interior is largely devoid of color or ornamentation and the main alter is memorable for only its size. All this being said I was ...
... which stretches along the foot of the Tampa Mountains. The Promenade offers views of several vestiges of the fortified city of Brasov. Some of the buildings on this side of the city are of the Drapers' Bastion, the Powder Store Tower, the Rope Makers Bastion and the Weavers Bastion. The Drapers' Bastion was given to the Goldsmith's Guild to maintain and defend. At one point ...
... I think they'd run into each other elsewhere. One of the girls looked like an actress I'd seen on Jonathon Creek - and since she told the guy she'd only lived in England for 6 months she could be (incognito!). The Italian guy hopes to come to Australia to work later this year.
The castle was great - worth the trip out. It's all a tourist thing - the Dracula's castle part; but it was still a castle with lots of old furnishings. And lots of ...
... the usual sunshine that we know and love.
Andie took us past the square and straight to one of the many attractions in Brasov; the Black Church. So named because in 1659 the whole of the townsfolk voted to change from Catholic to Lutheran seamlessly. So the Austrians, who owned the city at the time, decided to set it ablaze, while drunk. They missed the church and burnt down three quarters of the city instead. Whoops.
We then ...
... the different stalls sold the same items, of course all made by hand in Romania. One thought crossed my mind..... When China become part of Europe! We paid for our ticket and walked up to the castle. It was much smaller than I had imagined it to be. Still it was very interesting to see and you even get to walk up a secret staircase. It was a great trip out, although very crowded. The corridors and walkways ...