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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Gradually our stop overs are settling into the pattern we envisaged. We have set up a comfortable camp and use Brutus and the bicycles to explore.
A day out to Sighisoara was one such outing. Sighisoara is a cultural heritage site with buildings and the Old Town dating back to the 1400's. It is well preserved and an very 'easy' site to visit.
... 8364;10. Hans had given me a lift there as he was taking another guest. I planned to get a taxi back (6-7Km). Ha! When I asked at reception I was informed they had to get a taxi from Mediaş about 30Km away. The cloud had lifted and the newly invigorated Joan, decided to walk back to Blajel rather than call Hans. My guardian angel continues to work overtime. I hadn’t gone 100m when two taxis from Mediaş roared up to the ...
... It helped to offset the tedium of 50kph.
We had been advised to overnight at a small campsite in Nires near Dej. It proved to be an interesting place. Firstly the approach looked very unlikely down a mud track.
We were welcomed by people who recognised us from De Vuurplaats. The other campers were all from Holland. The camp owners are Romanian – well, with a difference. He was born in the area which ...
... not part of the Schengen Zone and so the border with Hungary is more substantial. We even have to show our passports.
*The Romanian language seems easier to pronounce than that of the countries we have recently visited.
* At 11.15 am it is already 33 degrees. Air con is on.
*As we enter Romania, the roads deteriorate, horse & carts compete for road space with ...
... name; it was invented by Bram Stoker as a fictional name for what is known as the Tihuţa Pass, a pass in the Carpathian Mountains that connects Bistrita with Bukovina. Dracula's castle is also a work of fiction - the only Castle Dracula is a theme hotel, built in the mid-70s to attract tourists. And it worked, because here we are. We pulled up to the structure as a storm was brewing - as I photographed the hotel against ...