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I'm on the train again, this time heading to Sighisoara for a few hours. It's supposed to be where Dracula the Impaler was born, and it's a cute, medieval town of about 30,000. It was settled by the Saxon Romans in the 1200s, but apparently only around 500 Germans live there now.
... but we were well prepared. In the other room there was a picture of Dracula on the wall. So, now we can always say that we were in the room where the real Dracula was born!
Around this time, the sun came out and for the first time in a long time, we weren't freezing. The weather was actually nice and we began to layer down just a bit. Having the rest of the day, we decided to hike to see a 700 year old oak tree. We got a map and a helpful ...
... t as stout of haunch as your genial blogger. They were smaller, and more lithe than us today so you do have to be careful. My bonce took more than one hit from an almighty oak beam!
Our next stop was the smaller but equally as explorable church if Malancrav. Most of the churches here are kept locked so as to preserve the valuable things inside, and you have to get the key from a local person. This church's key was in the possession of an old lady who had a ...
... right by the station so we'd have no problem getting the early morning train to our next destination. We were sold.
We cooked cervapcici and headed for the centre today. Now this will probably make me sound really stupid but I never knew whether Dracula was real or fictional. I'm still not completely sure to be honest. However we were apparently in the birth place of the legend (who turned out to be real, I ...
... We got me some oreos to bring with me and they were gone within the first two weeks of my being here. It is always nice to have something to help you feel at home while being in a completely new place.
Today Jeremy stopped by to pick up a package his mom sent him. Since he lives in a village his mom addresses his packages to Maria ...