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... under which the book was written and received. A genuine epidemic of “vampirism” had hit Eastern Europe at the end of the 17th century and continued throughout the 18th century. The number of reported cases soared dramatically, especially in the Balkans. Then, the epidemic traveled west to Germany, Italy, France, England and Spain. Travelers returning from the East would tell stories about the undead, which helped keep the interest in vampires ...
... passports are returned. It's about 4.00am now, we drive through what looks like a border control barrier with a row of booths, there's no other people around just our bus load and a few border officials. The bus travels along the road about a football field distance and the whole process is repeated. Off the bus, passports collected, back on the bus, passports returned. As we return to the bus border guards swoop and drag off one of the ...
... sort of fish festival in the main town square where they also had live bands, beer and booths selling what looked like entire fish breaded and deep fried. I didn’t try the fish but the music was great, the weather was nice and we had a great last day in Brasov.
After our ten slow and easy days in Brasov, Robin was feeling a lot better and we were ready to continue on our way in Romania, heading east towards the Danube River delta and the Black ...
... Sinaia itself is not so visit worthy and is now mainly a ski town in winter and is very touristy with hotel after hotel.
We arrived at the station just in time for the train only to find that it was delayed. We booked a hostel in Bucharest ahead of time, based on our experience in Brasov. In the end the train arrived about an hour and a half late, but we still made it to the hostel in time to catch the first half of the final there.
... The three of us were confused while GT chatted with a family of four and the father's boss with the #4 franchise business in Germany. They were so jolly and merry! Really, like the people from Beer Fest! I can't imagine what Oktoberfest must be like, with thousands of people like this, except even drunker! The son, a student at University of St. Andrews, asked us why we all decided to come to this "**** ...