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... and it was honestly so much fun!!! We counted down in Romanian and then the fireworks and singing only got more insane hahaha. It was such an incredible night, and so different to what we're used to for New Years with the weather and traditional singing and dancing! Today we slept right in as we only got to bed at 2am- and then started packing and planning our weekend in Rome! Tomorrow morning ...
... straight up at an 80% angle approach and someone’s granddad smiling and chirping on the way down. Yeah, whatevs. As long as I get there.
I stop for a moment to survey the view and see a cable car pass overhead. That takes 2.5 minutes and a ticket that costs about the same as a cup of coffee. In Romania (not in Perth). My trek is free but will take me 1.5 hours. Priceless.
(I’m also saying in my head that those ...
... again it felt pretty awkward to be around them. Meh. We were too hungry to care. I won't bore you with dinner details but I'm pretty sure it was not enough for Johnny. I always feel bad when he is still hungry.
We went back to the room after dinner since some friends of the family showed up and it got pretty loud. John's favorite part of the hostel is a friendly cat named Judy. She really liked to cuddle and it had been a while since we have been around any animals. We ...
... have been actual gypsies, now I think about it. There were also a few men wearing vampire masks and long black capes, chasing around frightened children in a desperate attempt to increase the spookiness in what was actually a pleasant area. The sad reality of Romania's weak economy is that people must degrade themselves like this on a daily basis. I took a private moment for a minute's silence, wiped away a tear and walked back to the minivan.
The final castle -- and by ...
... a lot of things, but they normally aren't that talented - impressive to say the least.
But amongst all of this very rich information, there was only a scattering on Dracula, the author Bram Stoker and the infamous Vlad the Impaler (who in his short reign seemed to impale an awful lot of 'bad' people, making him hated across Europe)... Interesting castle, but our quest for Dracula wasn't becoming any clearer and I am so glad that we decided to also visit another ...