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... knew what they were doing! We saw a concert hall which is still used today for various musical events and we were able to walk on many original floors throughout these rooms. This palace is absolutely magnificent, and it's unfortunate that we couldn't take pictures or we would have had a massive collection from our walk around these rooms. It was a nice change to be in an historical building that is not in ruins. We did not have to imagine anything since everything is still ...
... small cost. Jason and I shared a fried dough snack called langos and we had it with a cream and cheese on top, but sweeter options like chocolate were available too. We also bought a bean soup to share and then a local Romanian filled pretzel. Everything we ate was delicious and it was nice to share so we could try more. All around Brasov, there are numerous coffee vending machines and since it was so cold, I used a couple of these to buy a cup of coffee to keep me warm. ...
... hostel by bus, got our bags and went back to the bus station ready to make our way to Brasov, the heart of Transylvania. The bus we took was a minibus with about 15 people. I think we were the only tourists and this situation reminded us both a bit of the transportation we used in Asia at times. When we arrived in Brasov, we didn't know where we had stopped because it definitely was not the train station nor a large busy bus station. The driver who brought ...
... which was drawn by a horse. I saw 5 horses and carts, 2 of which were on the road with cars. Actually when the traffic was halted because of the train, the driver of the first vehicle was on his mobile phone, and the third one was a horse and cart. I also saw 5 tractors, and some of the farms were prosperous with hay rolled into bails like at home. These farmers had new houses. But some houses were badly in need of attention; and one group of new houses ...
... European trains.
We arrive ~6 am in Bucharest. Havent heard anything grand (except for a freak accident of a japanese tourist being bitten in the jugular by a pack of infamous wandering Bucharest dogs and bleeding to death).......so we are taking a train at 7 am to Brasov.
Youre going to be ashamed again. But I have to say it: McDonalds.
Exhausted, cold and waiting- we see a happy shiny ...