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... do you think that might be it?" On our right hand side, we saw this enormous building at the top of a very steep hill. There it was.
We made our way to the castle after paying the equivalent to a dollar for parking. It became very obvious to us that the castle was the only tourist attraction in town, but the citizens of Bran were doing their best to capitalize on it. There were dozens of hotels, restaurants, and cafes along with the ubiquitous ...
... already left the tour at this point nexus as it was too cold and others had to be somewhere else. The black church is famous because the church had a big fire which destroyed most of it so they named it that. Inside the church they had the second largest selection of carpets barring Istanbul. To me this information was a bit random but interesting at the same time. On top of the church was a little figure of a boy leaning over. This little statue was because they used ...
... br> Brasov is surrounded by hills and mountains and Mount Tampa is a popular one to climb. At the top of Mount Tampa there is a Brasov sign that copies the famous Hollywood sign. Our goal was to climb up here to get some great views of Brasov below us. After reading the warning sign about the animals we might encounter during the hike such as lynxes, bears, foxes, and more, we began the climb. We didn't get too far unfortunately since the path is extremely slippery. Even ...
... it owing to snow, ice and falling of stones. We
arrived from Sibiu until the largest ice lakes in Romania (Bilea Lac)
while from Curtea we reached the artificial lake created by the damn
that I have posted in the castles section (Poianiri ruines).
Sibiu, a saxon middle-age city is one the most beautiful and interesting of Romania.
remain astonished when you see its large central square, with art deco
soft colours ...
... and jewels of past inhabitants. They were all empty now. Thee steel brackets on the walls remain, and the empty cabinets have not been removed. There were no carpets on the floors, no beds, no furniture, nothing except bare floors and bare walls. There were small ceramic stoves in each room. I can imagine it being very cold. The many staircases, mostly curving sharply, were very interesting. Some of them curved one way, then the other. Some were straight, long, and ...