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... then said to me how about you give him one of our
caps we brought along. And so I did and he was very happy. He had a very large
scare on his head from a previous accident and so was happy with the hat to
offer some protection.
Excellent sleep and early rise. We headed in the direction
of a town called Sibiu where we found a camp for the night and intend on
driving the famous Romania road that featured on TopGear some time back. ...
... jeans. I put the outer shell of my ski jacket on and they kept me dry. My bags are a little wet though. A nice lady gave me a plastic bag to put my jeans in. I was searching for a bag bc I couldn't remember if I had one or not. I'm hoping my place has laundry or somewhere I can hang up my jeans. Timisoara is really pretty. I met the hostel people ...
... entrance to the old castle courtyard among cannons and bricks. The views of the countryside were beautiful and the mountain ranges span quite the distance. When up there you felt a sense of accomplishment climbing 1480 stairs. I was proud. Yes very proud.
That evening we stayed in Sibiu among the cobble streets and castle-like buildings. We walked to the Grand square where most of the shops and restaurants are located and ate Italian food in ...
... on the inside of their homes. They are also often skilled craftsmen, who create elaborate works of art and practical items. They originated in Asia, and no inhabit many different European countries, often living as semi-nomads and traveling from place to place, if I understand correctly. Sadly, I witnessed many gypsy children begging for money or food with worried looks and their faces and blank stares as they stood outside of shops, homes, and restaurants. It ...
... and we will have a choice of either a bus or a train for the last part of the trip.
First part of the route is to Brasov, with the Fagaras Mountains to the south of us. This is a new road for us, but scenery is very similar – rolling hills, ploughed fields and little villages. See the fortress on the hill outside Brasov. Stop for a while at the bus station at Brasov, then on to Bacau, which IS large, so stay on to Roman, which is not as small as ...