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... family. Having heard to be careful, we kept our belongings close. Victor introduced himself and his wife, Monda, his son Victor and daughter, Monda - tradition, he says. Several times he warns me ( he was mostly talking to me) to be very careful, there are lots of thieves in Romania. Thieves giving gypsies a bad name, but not Victor. Victor is a good gypsy, he tells me. He goes on to tell me about himself. He doesn't know the English word for his profession. He works ...
... of the place since it was renovated from an orthodox church into a Lutheran church a few hundred years after it was built. This means it's far more sparsely decorated, but no less impressive.
I had a bit of a frustrating time this afternoon trying to figure out where to go next. I was sort of reluctant to book another night here, since the only remaining thing to do on my agenda here is visit Tampa, the top of the hill overlooking ...
... upstairs. This library once held over 10000 books. The King was fluent in French, English, German, Romanian, and at least one more while his queen was fluent in about eight languages and wrote poetry in a bunch of them. Our tour guide led us through more rooms full of decorative influences from Germany, Italy, and France and each one was unbelievably beautiful. With stunning mirrors, chandeliers, paintings, carpets, and furniture all around us, there was too much to take ...
... able to share. When it came to dessert though, we decided to do our own. I chose the cheese dumplings-- imagine two large sour cream donuts (but better) covered in homemade strawberry jam and cream cheesy cream. It was outstanding, but I also couldn't finish it all. It was nice to walk off that food... We started with the Black Church, a massive edifice blackened by fire. It was really neat watching Ben in awe of its size, especially knowing there would be more ...
... him that he would
just give him a warning today! Phew!
Continued, but a bit more respectful of the speed limits, (unlike
the Romanians!) who drive like MANIACS. The
number of near misses we saw, with 2, 3 or 4 cars (& lorries!) all vying for space to overtake first, on solid
white lines, hairpins bends etc. I only
drove for 20 miles, and that was more than enough. I was a nervous wreck!