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Sibiu was a quaint town with a surprisingly beautiful central square hidden behind the walls of the old city. We stayed at a hostel a couple minutes from the city and were basically the only guests aside from a Danish guy named Andreas who was travelling in the opposite direction. We all went out for supper and got traditional food (except for the vegetarian who ate polenta and cheese with sour cream, which ...
... our rental car due to waiting for the employee to show up and having to go to the airport to get a GPS, we were finally on our way! Having this car today was crucial to doing what we wanted to here, which is talking a drive on the famous Transfagarasan highway. This road literally zigs and zags through mountains and offers spectacular views along the way. Driving on this road and stopping for many photos along the way is one of our ...
Romania's Transfăgărășan - called the "World's best driving road" by none other than Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear fame, it can be one of the highlights of any visit here. It's the second-highest road in Romania, winding through the Southern Carpathian Mountains like a serpent's twisted body, complete with hairpin turns, S-curves, and sharp rises and drops in elevation. Substandard safety barriers, poor road conditions, and ...
... you bizarre jokes that make you laugh until your bellies ache. But remember, to complete the reversal, after the cabbage rolls you must also down a refreshing bottle of excellent Romanian white wine, in the cool mist of the magical stream."
So that's how we spent the rest of our night, just another quiet evening in the lovely Enchanted Forest, reversing the curse. Screw you, Gypsy ...
... the newspaper had to adopt the name of Die Woche. Not until after the Revolution of 1989 could it reclaim its original name. Today the newspaper is actually funded by the Romanian State.
Our final official meeting was with Gheorghe Lefter - the special advisor to the King of the Roma Minority. He gave us a long talk on the Roma minority and their values. As he was explaining their ...