Hotel Restaurant Claudiu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Restaurant Claudiu Sighisoara
This place had a sweet young woman at the front desk who I saw again at . So kind and smiling and helpful. The hotel is very clean and well decorated, with cozy little rooms. I stayed in a single room with a single bed, very homey, modern and clean. The breakfast had eggs with little faces on them! This place really made me smile.
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The previous nights and day of drinking caught up with me today. I slept in until after 10 this morning but still had no energy throughout the day. Fortunately this quiet, medieval town was the perfect place to relax.
After a lazy breakfast at a cafe I forced myself to explore for a few hours. This is by far the smallest place I've visited. The old buildings here are beautiful. I walked past the building where Dracula was born (or more ...
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... Constantin Prezan, and then back to Piata Victoriei along Bulevardul Aviatorilor. Seems like there were a few Ambassador's residences along here - one of them needs to fix up the wiring! It was a bout here that my right ankle started playing up. I hadn't twisted it, but it was very painful when I bent my foot (in my hiking boots, because of the wet roads). So any plans to go further afield were cancelled and I hobbled back to ...
The largest of the wall towers is the Clock Tower, with a set of figures high up, looking ready to perform. We all watched agog as it stuck 4pm, waiting for magic to happen. One of the figures hit a drum four times. A bit underwhelming. George told us 6pm and 6am - that is when this clock is going to go off!
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