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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... mansion than an actual castle—definitely somewhere you could imagine Dracula hanging out. Then we went inside a few cathedrals and took a thousand pictures of the same streets over and over again (this town is small). As dusk approached, the ravens became so intense that they were filling up entire trees and causing a big racket. It was pretty entertaining!
... fixed today. In the meantime though, he provided us with a portable heater that definitely came in handy.
Most reviews about Sighisoara say the city can be seen in a few hours. We had the whole day and night, so we definitely were not in a rush. The heart of Sighisoara lies within the citadel - an old fortress which is now the "old town" and where most of the tourist attractions are. Knowing we had time, we leisurely walked up and down ...
... in Guildford, has, since then, married a girl from this town and now has in laws over here. So… here we ended up. and only planned to stay for a couple of days before heading on to Budapest. After only our first day, we had decided to sack off the Hungarian capital and stay for four days here instead.
Why? well… imagine England in the 18th century: before cars, before the countryside had been fenced in and cut off and intensively farmed to within ...
... train station just after eight in the morning, looked at one another, and then went for it, along with just two other passengers. We walked for maybe twenty minutes before seeing Sighisoara's citadel perched on a rocky outcrop and commenced our climb.
After all the worry, Sighisoara turned out to be the fairy-tale town we'd read about. And the other two passengers who got off the train were French Canadians from Quebec who we've befriended. And we ...
... an ornate lock with a central expansion mechanism to lock all 4 sides of the door, which we photograph.
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This church is characterised by the altar end being considerably higher than the front, with a 6-metre step in the roof line because the authorities didn't want this church larger than the main one. There is ...