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... than Romania, which was battered down by the Ceausescu regime and remains one of Europe’s poorest countries.
We stopped first in Sigisoara, one of the Siebenbürgen with its preserved walled old town on a hill. Brasov, another of the Siebenbürgen, in turn is located in a valley. Sadly we found the doors of its famous black church closed on our arrival.
Between both stops we visited 14th century Bran Castle, ...
... a residence for Hungarian kings, the royal residence for the Kingdom of Romania, and as a hospital in WWII. Râșnov Fortress was at the top of a hill - we hopped on a little trolley bus to go up the 1.5km hike to the entrance of the fortress, then we had to climb further to the top! It was worth it for the view though. Our last night in Brasov, we got our favourite chocolate filled pretzels and went to bed early to be ready for our morning train the next ...
... The one in the passport is "smiling". Then, "What is the purpose of your visit?". Just like the movies. So these guys finally leave the train after wasting a half hour of good sleep time and we finally get back to sleep when the train stops again within minutes and we repeat this whole ordeal with the Romanian border guards. Enough said.
The staterooms on the train had definitely seen better days. 6'x7' in size, one bed above ...
... the Eugene area is known for was evident along our path today. I've been here before to see the process of providing lumber for housing.
We stopped a few miles out of Eugene at a little eating place called "Dixie's Cafe" for a light lunch.
We were greeted and seated by an elderly Asian matriarch...and noted ...
... our designated drivers.)
When more family arrived for the weekend, my immediate family (their were 8 of us) rented a house in Eugene, about 20 minutes away but easy to drive back and forth everyday. My family loves a good card game, we played Conasta and Phase 10 which was great fun, Ken didn't even win every game. There was a pizza night with all the relatives at a local restaurant and a picnic all day at my Aunt and Uncles place for ...