Golden Tulip Ana Tower Sibiu
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... yummy). The next day Andreas showed us what he'd seen around the city the day before, and we got coffee in the square and watched the end of a wedding. We had a nice relaxed day and Alicia and I decided to stay one more night and make a day trip to Sighisoara. We caught the 11am train the next day, expecting a 2ish hour journey. Sadly the train stopped in the middle of nowhere for about an hour, and we ...
... but the ruins themselves were really interesting to walk around. I loved reading all the information of "Dracula's" connection to this place, as well as learning about the construction of it. Vlad Tepes is the man that Dracula is based on and he used this fortress while fighting the Ottoman Empire. At the bottom of the fortress there are two really disturbing statues of men who had been impaled. Impaling was Vlad's specialty in battle. ...
... to make certain moves, which he usually does. Invariably the match is a battle of nerves through the first few dozen moves, playing for position, making tactical trades, and testing the opposition's defenses.
But there's always a pivotal point in these types of matches that everyone who's familiar with the game can sense when it arrives. Each time it would appear that the stronger player would make a tactical blunder. My eyes would ...
... castle, however, things started getting a little bizarre. The two jovial women almost incessantly ranted and raved with in-your-face gestures about how they thought our time would be better spent going out dancing than seeking to enter the infamous fortress. Although they looked relatively normal, their energetic and insistent personalities and rapid speaking over each other in strongly Slavic-sounding Romanian made me envision them as a pair of superstitious old hags ...
... to emerge on the other side to about 100 people, 20 cars, carts selling an assortment of souvenirs, a large café/restaurant, and a gondola. We stopped the car to take a break and were quickly approached by an older boy who would have charged us to park if we hadn’t decided to continue on instead, not at all upset to leave the tourist mess behind us. We did get our view of the other side, however, from a vantage point just below the summit and the gondola ...