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... that upon completion, you wonder what the fuss is all about, and vow to never do it again.
We've loved Romania so far, but today was definitely the lowest of the lows for us - first impressions of Bran the town were terrible, as we drove up to a huge traffic jam, and quickly pulled off into the nearest parking lot. Fighting our way through the hordes of people only to get stuck in a long lineup to buy tickets was an even worse ...
As unforgettable as Peles Castle was, we actually came to Sinaia for a different reason - to do a bit of hiking in the mountains of Romania, and to briefly escape the country's stifling heat. Sinaia itself isn't that great, a very expensive tourist town, that is a bit reminiscent of Banff, in all the wrong ways. However, its cable car up to the mountains is super convenient for hikers, and was one of the draws for staying here.
... their jacksie, through their body, cleverly missing all the vital organs and then out through their mouths, before hoisting them upright and letting them take around two or three days to slither down the pole to a slow and a hideous death. If they liked you, they would give you a short, fat stick so you would die much sooner of shock. That's why Vlad had such a bad rep.
Vlad's dad, was bestowed the title of Dracul, by his mates the Hungarians, ...
... pipe organ. It supposedly gets played every day at 3 pm. We walked by the main square where the lights are at night. John spotted the castle on the hill. He suggested that we make the climb up to it to get warm again. We hiked up and around the castle and then we went in because it was open and free. I think it is mainly a restaurant now. After the castle we climbed up to the two towers that overlook the town. The are called the ...
... but it turned out to be nearer 1st class on English trains apart from the refreshments. Rather than seats at both sides and a narrow isle the train had groups of 5 or 6 seats arranged in little groups, with walls every now and again and the isle running down one side of the train. We completely lucked out and had a little back of seats to ourselves! The journey wasn't that bad to be honest, the train had air con, and the seats ...