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... Romanian ruler who Dracula was inspired after! His name was Vlad “Tepes,” which means “Impailer”… I’ll let you look that up if you want to know more. He was particularly brutal during his rule, so people started speculating that he might be a vampire. The town totally fit the vibes of this legend—I’m sure that part of it was just the weather, but the sky was ...
... have dinner at the Jo Pub restaurant where the best dessert is prepared. Papanasi is a Romanian dumpling where the dough is mixed with a soft creamy cheese similar to ricotta and eaten with blackberry jam and sour cream, declicious. Good thing we had to walk back up the hill to get the calories off.
We are off to stay at a farmhouse tomorrow, will be an interesting experience.
... 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 ...
... got the last room in a small attic.
The clock tower in the distance is the central icon on the citadel.
As you can see, we were pretty far up in the hotel as we were even with the clock tower.
After the invasion by Ghangis Khan, the Ottoman Turks came to invade and once again the city was re-fortified. The views from the citadel ...
We left with our driver Gregory this morning heading for the birthplace of Vlad Tepes, better known as Count Dracula.
it was about a 3 hr drive through some amazing countryside. Shepherds driving old timey horse drawn wagons were tending to the many sheep.
We walked around and took pictures for awhile, and then ventured into Dracula's place of birth, now opened as a restaurant on the lower section. We had a ...