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... was on that day so we just had a bit of a walk around by ourselves.
Arrangements were made to meet our guide at 8.30 am, room phone was ringing, all dark outside, turned out Romania was on daylight saving time and it was 7.30 am. We did wonder why the clocks around town were the "wrong time" and also why everyone was eating dinner so early when we walked into restaurant at 7.45pm our time. Breakfast was going along normal ...
... reach this point together. Tales of decades-old family feuds and broken pastries, it's a story so bizarre that it's unbelievable, like a Rome and Juliet storyline straight out of a bad Chinese soap opera. But now, it's like a great weight has finally been lifted off of our shoulders - while this blog has been all about my bucket list, this is one item that belongs to both of us. Finally, we can all forget about the past, and look towards the future - ...
All the cooking and washing from the night before wiped me out so I opted for a very early night. I have noticed that often when travelling abroad, I get unwell and then seem to be fine after that. I suppose this has just been my time.
The birds tweeting away woke me up which is no bad thing. Although my energy level were very low, I persevered through breakfast clinging onto the thought of resting ...
... left largely on their own, in return for this defense. Brasov, Sighisoara and Sibiu formed a triangle of defense. The first settlers in Sighisoara seem to have arrived in either 1191 or 1198. At the time, it was known in German as "Schassburg".
In 1241 there was a large Tartar-Mongolian invasion; however, Sighisoara was instrumental in providing defense and it became one of the "Seven Citadels" of medieval Transylvania. To ...
Dorothy asked me if I wouldn't mind putting together a Romanian Studies Program board for the big event on the 27th. It was a lot of fun and I was worried she wouldn't like it but she did. There was one thing we needed to fix. We needed to take a word off of the titles of one of the sections. I thought of a way we could do it and as she left Dorothy said, 'This is why I love working with perfectionists.' It made me laugh. At least it is good ...