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This morning, we awoke and left Sinaia in order to drive the 50km to Bran, where we would find Bran Castle. The sky was overcast and it was quite chilly, but we thought it was the perfect setting to visit the castle most often associated with Dracula. We approached the town and knew we had to be in the right place when we saw a billboard for The Vampire Cafe. I told everyone to be on the lookout for signs directing us to the castle. All of a sudden, Paul said, ...
... Transylvania. It's a beautiful now out of season skiing town. We came here to see the castle in Bram Stokers story of Dracula and walk in the Carpathian Mountains. The castle used in the movie is actually Bran Castle near the town of Brasov. Vlad the Impaler is considered to be the character described as Dracula in Bram Stocker’s story and he didn't even live in Bran Castle, he lived in Poenari Castle now in ruins and located at' a ...
... lounging in the back yard.
It takes me 45 minutes to get down and my pedometer is a happy camper. Hopefully I’ve worked off a couple of those Romanian cabbage rolls.
(The next day I see this hill from the hill facing it – bloody hill, it’s impressive! I’m not sure I would have attempted the walk if I’d known what I was getting myself into. Then again, I probably would have just to be contrary). ...
... cheer myself up by singing 'Dragostea Din Tei', with its catchy 'Ma-ia hii, ma-ia huu' introduction. But one of the Chinese girls turned around, annoyed, and said: "Stop!" So I did.
After about ten minutes huddled under an umbrella, Kevin, Rebecca and I noticed that the rest of the group had hopped into the wagon at the back of the tractor and had retreated back to the minivan. Stuck in the rain and having to wait half-an-hour for another tractor, we wisely purchased a ...
... before, but more lovely because of this; they felt like gardens you could easily just sit in and actually enjoy, rather than built to impress. Having said that they were filled with renaissance style statues (including a large one of the Queen sitting in a chair sewing), little fountains, shrubbery and lots of pretty pretty flowers. The Castle itself had tall soaring turrets that were a mix of round and square, then with a touch of Tudor woodwork below, and finished off with ...