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... yummy). The next day Andreas showed us what he'd seen around the city the day before, and we got coffee in the square and watched the end of a wedding. We had a nice relaxed day and Alicia and I decided to stay one more night and make a day trip to Sighisoara. We caught the 11am train the next day, expecting a 2ish hour journey. Sadly the train stopped in the middle of nowhere for about an hour, and we ...
... of it. We were completely stopped and turned off the car just like many others. It was pouring rain, so we decided to stay in the car, although with the language barrier, I'm sure we wouldn't have learned much if we tried to ask someone what the hold up was. Even once traffic started moving again we never saw anything that would have told us what had held us up. Nevertheless, we were extremely grateful for the easy ride back once we were moving ...
Today, we were forced to spend another night in the Enchanted Forest, even though we had a non-refundable booking at a hotel in nearby Sibiu. It wasn't because we loved Pension Mioritica so much that we said "Screw the reso, let's just day trip to Sibiu and stay here instead!", but because everyone knows that the only way to reverse a Gypsy Man's curse is to purify your soul in the tranquility of ...
... of the stream, built a stone barbecue, and even constructed a number of "thrones" for people to sit on - one for the King of the Bridge, King of the River, and even one for the grandest of them all, the King of the Grill! The place is a labour of love, and they are seemingly always adding another piece, here and there.
It's a beautiful and whimsical property, and a bit quirky - just like Sorin! Honestly, the guy says the ...
... its lofty position atop a mountain, requiring some 1500 steps to reach. Lesser known by tourists, this is the actual castle of Vlad the Impaler, however, it predominately lies in ruins thanks to a bombardment of Turkish artillery. Featuring some examples of impaling at the entrance and it's eerie history made this castle an imposing sight. Back in the car we begun our journey along the Transfagarasan. After the first 60km ...