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The taxi fare to the train station from Casa Albert (the end of the pedestrian walkway) cost 8 lei, not the 25 we were charged on our way in. In US dollars, that meant we paid about 2 v.s. 6, even getting ripped off, it is pretty cheap to take a taxi. When we left Bucharest, our train arrived at the station early so we were able to get in early and relax before departing. Not so here. We arrived early to sit on a bench on the platform. In a short while we were joined by ...
... heading to Brasov today. We all went out for dinner and had a ridiculously large feed, including more Romanian doughnuts for dessert. I think it's called papanosh, or something to that effect [papanasi, thank you Google]. It's delicious and fattening, but I don't care.
So far Brasov seems like a beautiful place, and we've once again landed in a small but cool hostel. The girls at the ...
... the service began at 7pm and that's the time we arrived, but it seemed to have already started. Jason and I were both surprised when after only about 20 minutes, the service was finished and it was time for dinner. Though we didn't understand anything that was said in either Romanian or Hebrew, it was nice to recognize some of the prayers being sung in the same tunes we learned at home. It's nice to me having been in shuls or Chabad houses in different parts of the world ...
... to make sure we got the right train. Once at the station we were really pushing the clock. We were standing in a long line at 12:45 to buy tickets for a 1:10 train when a nice local gentleman pointed us in the direction of self-service machines. We stepped out of line and started to try to figure out the all-Romanian screen, looking for the English button when I realized our mistake; how were we going to manage this? ...
... 20,000 and 40,000 European civilians and up to 100,000 invading Turkish Muslims mostly by means of impaling them on a sharp pole.
When Vlad was in power he arrested all the nobles, impaling the older ones and forcing the younger ones and their families to march to the ruined Poienari Castle and rebuild it for his stronghold and refuge. The nobles were forced to labor ...