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... I was happy to hear that, although I will say I have felt very at ease here.
First, we went to Peles Castle and the Sinaia Monestery. She told me how a Prince visited Mount Sinai in 1695 and brought a stone back. He built the monestery as a thank you to God. In 1866, letters of invitation were sent to the royal families of England, France and Germany to rule Romania. Prince Carol from Germany accepted and became prince.
... my seat and a spot for my suitcase. I am glad I didn't bring my largest suitcase, as it never would've fit. The woman in my seat gestured I could sit in the seats kitty corner, and that would've been fine until I got kicked out by someone who had a ticket for that seat. I noticed an older man had taken MY seat, so I did what I feel a true Romanian would've done and kicked him out. Maybe I was irked at the cab thing or maybe I realized I didn't want to stand in between cars like ...
I caught the night train to Brasov (formally Kronstadt) and spent the evening in the food and beverage carriage with a well-travelled English guy and two Americans. It was a very pleasant evening. I slept poorly but unsure why, I enjoyed the movement from the train, the noise was no problem and the bed was fairly comfortable, perhaps it was the 8 Euro bottle of wine I had consumed?
Brasov is a delightful little medieval town in ...
... When it gets closer to 3:45am, I get up for good and put on my glasses; instant dizziness again. I finally realize that I'm dizzy because I'm missing a lens in my glasses! I scramble around and find the busted lens. I wrap it in my small pack towel to protect it and get off the train.
I don't have an eyeglass repair kit, but I'm able to fix my glasses using my fingernail as a screwdriver. Once I put the lens back in, they're good ...
... typecast as Dracula; the British Hammer Films releases of the 70s, which starred Christopher Lee as a sexier, and far more violent vampire. While there were others in between, one of the most interesting, although flawed adaptation, of Dracula was Francis Ford Coppola's 1992 release, "Bram Stoker's Dracula". Coppola's version is noteworthy for it's inclusion of the "Order of the Dracul", which cleverly interwove the fictional vampire with the historical ...