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... of room to spread out and get some sleep. But even that isn't simple because now a regular stream of officials come through the train at every station checking tickets with each one carefully signing our tickets . . . . the country survives on bureaucracy. View from the train, huge housing estates of run down Soviet communist era housing and in the countryside massive fields of sunflowers. Before we reaching Bucharest the train crossed ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... then took a side tour of the residential streets, until we finally saw a tiny tiny sign that said 'Welcome to Peles Castle, parking this way.' But wait, there's more! After we bought our tickets and started to enter the castle, we discovered that we had just bought tickets to the wrong castle - there were two!!! We were now entering the small one, Pelesnor, not Peles - Oh my god, could this saga get any worse?
Luckily we discovered we could use the same tickets at ...