Continental Forum Sibiu
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... idea why... The conductor kept coming through and telling everyone what was happening, but he didn't speak English so we just sat around and hoped that if he gave important instructions that someone would take pity on us and try to tell us! Thankfully the train started up again and we made it to Sighisoara with enough time to walk up to the medieval town before our train home left. The old city was ...
... our rental car due to waiting for the employee to show up and having to go to the airport to get a GPS, we were finally on our way! Having this car today was crucial to doing what we wanted to here, which is talking a drive on the famous Transfagarasan highway. This road literally zigs and zags through mountains and offers spectacular views along the way. Driving on this road and stopping for many photos along the way is one of our ...
... you bizarre jokes that make you laugh until your bellies ache. But remember, to complete the reversal, after the cabbage rolls you must also down a refreshing bottle of excellent Romanian white wine, in the cool mist of the magical stream."
So that's how we spent the rest of our night, just another quiet evening in the lovely Enchanted Forest, reversing the curse. Screw you, Gypsy ...
... experience, as I can't imagine there being another place on Earth that comes anything close to resembling this. You simply don't want to leave the place, because it's so enchanting!
The owners put it best - they built the place for themselves and turned it into a guesthouse, and it simply happened that all their guests over the years have fallen in love with it. He's installed little shacks for reading and relaxing on ...
... to agree with him.
There is very little commercial exploitation, just a few busy souvenir sheds and coffee stalls and occasional alpine hotels in the high peaks. It is glorious now but I fear what it will be like in years to come when tourism realises what a gem is here in the Transylvanian Alps?
For now we just glory in the ride. Lots of Sunday traffic flooding back down homewards on the lower slopes but after a while ...