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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... him after it's appearance as Dracula's home in Bram Stoker's book. Recently updated it contains very sterile fresh white walls. Period furniture throughout and vast explanations of the royal families use of the property. A small torture room contains some of Vlad's favorite tools. There is also a brief explanation of the association with his as Dracula. His father a member of the Teutonic Knights fighting during the religious crusades had taken on the name Dracul- ...
... to the Duke who otherwise granted them many privileges, such as relative independence of their culture and language, the right to exclusively live in fortified villages (as opposed to surrounding Romanians or other ethnicities). These Germans then built 7 walled cities (hence the area is called Siebenbürgen in German) and grew wealthy through their artisanship and the industrious trade of wool and other produce. Sadly there are very few ...
... flying into the field on our right. The driver managed to slow the bus down and eventually pull over to the shoulder of the road skidding in on the bare axle. We all piled out of the bus and found one tyre near the edge of the road, which Steve obligingly wheeled back to the bus. The other tyre was missing in action. Nicky, the birthday girl, had the prime window seat on the bus and had watched where this wheel has rolled off to, so set out through a field of ...
... to be built between 1211 and 1225, during the rule of Teutonic Knights in Burzenland, although there is no evidence in this respect.
... church built between 1384 and 1477 ( took a while). But of course it had a makeover after a fire ( 1689 ) so isn't all original. Now a Protestant church although started life as a Catholic one.
Climbed the hill ( Mt Tampa ) and took a photo ( or two ). Great viewing point.
Also did the free city walk to hear the history from a local. Beats reading. Was good. Also got shown the house ...