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... through were forced to stop in each city for three days and sell products, then pay 20% tax to Germans before they could continue on . During communist times the main square was a parking lot but there was a huge music festival held here called the Golden Stag where big name international acts would headline. It was the only contact that Romanians had with the outside world and one of the few times they were allowed to congregate under communist rule.
... a towering crag amongst beautiful hillside scenery. The castle is perched over the border between Wallachia and Transylvania and served as a taxation point, demanding 3% of all goods transported across the border here. Although there is no evidence to the like and the author had never visited Transylvania, Bran Castle best fits Bram Stokers description of Dracula’s Castle. It’s a nice enough place, pretty on inside and ...
Goodbye country life, today it's back to the city on our minibus to Brasov. Our hotel is right on the main square and they have a festival happening this weekend for several reasons: 1) It's VE Day around Europe. 2) It's an annual festival here in Brasov. 3) They wanted to celebrate our arrival.
The other amazing thing that happened today was that it rained! After 35 solid days of sunshine, it finally rained. For about 3 hours. Then ...
... die. He came to a justly unpleasant end himself killed by both his own men and the Turks.
We paid our entrance fee and climbed the icy path up to the castle. The person who has had the most recent and lasting impact on the castle was Queen Marie of Romania. She was the granddaughter of Queen Victoria, on her father’s side and Tzar Alexander 2nd of Russia on her mother’s side. She married a Romanian Prince and became a very popular queen in ...
I am actually writing from Sinaia today, but I spent the last two days in Brasov, which was a beautiful city with (unequivocally) the best slogan ever: "Probably the best city in the world." If I hadn't seen the hilarious Vientiane/Arc de Triomphe sign, I would probably think that the umbrellas with Brasov's slogan were the best signs in the whole world. But instead, they can only "probably" be the best signs.
I love Brasov because it is beautiful ...