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... King Henry VIII did to the English monasteries.
The next day we spent exploring the old town. Its small but with so many old buildings and quaint nooks to find you really need a lot longer. The covered walkway from the lower citadel leads up to the Protestant church at the very top of the hill. It is a really powerful building with massive stone walls built to protect the worshippers inside no doubt. Best of all though is the crypt - you can actually visit this ...
... cut stone and other cycle unfriendly natural materials so I left the bike and my pack in the pension and poked about on foot for a change. I re photographed the buildings I photographed last night and visited the 65m high clock tower built in 1360 and took photographs of the rooftops. I got chatting to a Romanian family who were on a half term break when I said holidays with children are expensive, the mother said their 3 day break had cost her ...
We drove through and stopped and walked all around the town of Sighisoara.
It is located on the Tarnava River in Mures county, in Transylvania.
It is basically a small medieval fortified city. It is very pretty.
is a house here, not a castle, that Vlad the impaler used to live. We
walked up a massive old staircase (176 stairs if we remember correctly)
that is covered with wood so it ...
... illuminated buildings. The night is quiet enough, the beds OK, but we still have the problem of too-hot bedclothes, and have to take the doona out of the cover, and just lie under the two sheets of cotton.
Tuesday 26th June Sighisoara to Sibiu
After breakfast we climb the 172 steps of the covered walkway to the Church on the Hill, the 429-metre high Gothic Lutheran church dating from 1345. Find we are early for the 10AM opening, so ...
Today was a relaxed sleep in day (again breakfast was included) and we then set off to explore. Our first port of call was the market, but after wandering around in vain for about 45 minutes (there were about six of us wandering around!) we gave up to visit the clock tower which gave us lovely views. Glade was feeling a little queasy so he headed back for a nap and the rest of the group and I finally hunted down the market ...