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It is strange quirk of history that Europe owes its survival as a bastion of Christian power to one small state tucked away in deepest Romania. It is due to an even odder set of occurrences, that the one man in this area that did more than any other to keep Christendom on the 'right' path is now demonised as a bloodthirsty, sadistic ******* from …
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After four days in the big city of Bucharest, it was time to board the train for the much smaller town of Brasov. The town is a three hour train ride, about 100 miles to the north of Bucharest. It's located in the area known …
Today was just one of those days that was incredible in so many ways. Even despite the lame cab drivers I have encountered, Romania is quickly becoming a very special place to me.
My guide, Cecilia, and her driver, picked me up at 9 am. She has been so helpful to me, even before I arrived in Romania. And she knows so much about the country as a National Guide. She told me that she was impressed with my research, and that Romania is very safe for female ...
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Least favorite experiences:
· Food poisoning
· Location of first Braşov lodging
· Sometimes finding your train car is tricky. Don't be a hero. Ask one of the attendants where you should go or you might miss your train.
· Travel everywhere with mini-pharmacy!
Vampires, Microbes and Bears, Oh My!
Again (I think this ...
... overlooking the city. On top of the mountain was a "Brasov" sign which greatly resembled the "Hollywood" one. Having seen the whole town, we decided to travel on together to visit Sighisora the next day. That night we went out for dinner at a pizza place where I had my first shot of Polinka (local Romanian moonshine that Jared loved) and we even got the phone number of the waitress who wanted to come hang out with us. We tried to find a good club, ...