Pensiunea Casa Samurai
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... selling all kinds of kitsch. However, considering it was March, there really weren't many tourists in the town. Do you think we stood out? With our blond hair (okay, that might be pushing it for me) and blue eyes, we stood out everywhere we went in Romania. One little girl loved Jack's Mickey Mouse sweater and she tried to follow us as we walked up to the castle.
There were maybe 8 other people visiting Bran Castle, and we were the only ones who ...
... arial,sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">Simone's apt was very neat and comfy. The neighborhood was quiet. I got up at 6:45 to shower, and at 7:45 my cab arrived to take me to the train station. I didn't fuss much with make up, because it was raining cats and dogs anyway. The cost to the station was just over 6 lei. I gave the cabbie a 10 lei, and he said he didn't have change. I'm not shocked. I don't know which company Simona called, but I read some will rip ...
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or adopt a bear or just donate some cash to keep them in watermelons and panettone
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We made a second stop during our stay in Romania to the small town of Brasov. This was in between days spent in Bucharest but I've written it as a separate entry, partly for convenience and partly because I forgot to include it in the last entry for Bucharest.
Anyway, This is what I expected most of Romania to be like: A small medieval village covered in snow.
The first day we arrived it was snowing heavily and about -10°C. We all thought ...
... alive for one of the first times of my life, a feeling I won't easily forget.
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The next morning, I woke up and realized two things: first, the optimism from the night before is still paying off, and two, I know this philosophy will continue to evolve. And that's OK. Right then, I just wanted to sit and reflect. Good thing I had almost forty hours on the train to do just that...
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