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... and is also well known for translating large portions of the bible so that the lay person understood it. He did not however build the first Romanian speaking school- that was built in 1495. It sits just outside Catherine's gate in what was the old Romanian quarter of ancient Brasov.
While Bran castle is the most famous of the area it is far from the most beautiful castle of the region. We get up early the next morning and hop the train to Sinia to check out ...
... big inside as well. It took us a good couple of hours to walk through it checking out all the different room and the secret passage way. There were two small rooms about Dracula which basically just spoke about the movies. Apart from that it was all about where the queen used to sleep and her dining room, library ect. After spending a good couple of hours looking around we walked around how castle to get some nice photos before returning to the bus station to head ...
... through here everyday. Of course, you can't blame locals for doing so - we've all fallen for the myth, at least on some level. Though we knew that there really isn't anything significant about Bran Castle, we still made a dedicated trip out here anyway, simply because it's a place that all tourists are supposed to visit.
The crowds inside the castle were unbearable but thankfully, we managed to make our way through the gauntlet, and were on our ...
... they were those cheap plastic glasses. They are actually made out of glass. The town was pretty to see and it didnt seem to have as many of the run down buildings as Bucharest. There was a church we saw called "The Black Church" because a long time ago there was a fire in the church that turned a lot of it black. I think I was able to get one picture of the outside of it.
We also took a drive up to see if we could get to snow. The weather wasnt in our favour but ...
... is a quest for importance and success for oneself, which in and of itself is not a bad thing. But if you change the way you view this importance, the angle from which you perceive importance, if you measure your importance not in terms of your person, but say, the work your person does toward something greater than yourself, you may find living with high standards a bit easier.
This notion of perceived importance is what brought me back to my overarching ruminations ...