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... 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 ...
... Latin, trans meaning across, and sylvania meaning forest. This was a lovely wee town and after our orientation walk we free ranged and went back and took a few more photos. Pastel colour houses, gorgeous open town square, seven wall towers, a town wall which actually encloses the entire town, and all historically protected. Sighisoara hosts a medieval festival every June, and we can just imagine the place filled with knights, maidens, lances ...
So I made it! I came up with two brilliant plans on that long bus ride. One was to buy my next train ticket - no bus this time, or any time - to my next destination at the Sighisoara train station upon arrival. Then I would know what time to be there and I'd be all set. Brilliant, right? Just pretend that's not the obvious thing to do. Do it this one time, for me.
Second brilliant idea was to leave my heavy bag in the station, since I'd only be staying one night! I am ...
In Sighisoara Vlad Ţepeș was born. More commonly known as Vlad the Impaler or Vlad Dracul(a), he was the vague inspiration for one of literature's greatest villains: Count Dracula (Count Dracula takes place in Transylvania, however, and Vlad was located in Wallachia). Vlad was born in 1431 and was Prince of Wallachia. His father was actually known as Vlad II Dracul, and thus Vlad III got ...
... she will accidentally say that when we are practicing so that can be a little confusing as well.
Alina (she helps with the teen) told us that Maria (our host sister) was at Ovidiu's (Alina's boyfriend who helped translate for us the first few days with the teens) birthday party. He invited us to come. I'll ...
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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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