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... to be attacked, the townspeople left their homes and went to "live" in the citadel. It was equipped to live in with food and shelter for a few months. It was believed to have been built in the early 1200s. How crazy is that? It was made with stones and bricks for its walls, and wood for its gates. Again, it was something I had never seen. We took a "train" partway up the hill and walked the rest of the way.
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Once I got settled into my room at Casa Iacob, I took a short nap and got refreshed. Naps are fine during travel as long as you set an alarm and keep it short. I find them helpful with combating jet lag. Alex at the hotel is so sweet and hospitable.
... couple and the woman's Romanian father, it was very pleasant. It was sad to see a lot of dogs roaming the streets, many had very unkempt and matted coats.
The next day I went through the Black Church and watched the trumpeters again at 6pm - they really are delightful! It was overcast and rained on and off for most of the time I was in Brasov, which is a shame as I would have loved to just sit about in the square and enjoy the ambiance.
... impressions of Bucharest? Fabulous and surprisingly Parisian! We were also pleased that once again many people spoke English, especially the younger generation, so life was fairly easy for us although we very quickly leant to say hello, thank you, bill please, etc, once again to the amusement of many waitresses. We also felt incredibly safe in Bucharest and we walked through many areas outside the main tourist locations. Sure people were well and truly giving us the once over as ...
... the edge of the mountains with views over Bucharest, driving past waterfalls and then driving on top of the mountain with countless steep hairpin turns. Once on top of the mountain there is a lake (but I missed it somehow… small lake I think lol) and then an 800m long tunnel through the mountain which lead to the road continuing slowly back down the mountain ...