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Great food, great atmosphere
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... All the Christmas decorations and markets are still up which is beautiful- and of course there is still so much snow on the ground. Lanterns were being set off into the air and fireworks are pretty much BYO- people had them in hands and just set them off! It was so crazy, fireworks absolutely everywhere all around us! We'd get such big frights because they were so loud, but they were ...
... with the last of our minced meat mixture. After dinner we had to wait until late to go down to the square so we drank wine, ate popcorn, ate a whole box of chocolates, and watched Parenthood. We went down at around 11 and watched some local singers perform traditional Romanian music while the crowd got together and danced in circles. As midnight got closer, people let off lanterns and their own fireworks. ...
... a step back in time. The old town itself is completely separated away from the rest of the very industrial city. It lies in a narrow valley between two mountain peaks in the shape of a V and at the open end there is a fort on a hill that keeps the Gotham City like part of Brasov out of sight out of mind. From here we also ventured to Bran, to see the famous 'Dracula Castle'.
The Journey back from Brasov in the day was stunning going through the Carpathian Mountains via Train.
... to improve his system but that could just be a vicious rumour about the poor boy.
Our next stop, Citadel Rasnov, is a fortress atop a huge hill with awesome views over the surrounding town of Rasnov, the snow capped ski resorts in the distance and thick lush forests. We got to act like 5 year olds by climbing aboard the tractor and getting taken up the 500 metre long road to the the entrance. Steve got to do some axe throwing and sword wielding ...
... over and saw the annoying Frenchman from the night before. ******* hell.
"Really?" I asked. "Actually Kevin and I were planning on going there next."
"No man," the Frenchman smiled, shaking his head. "Is **** there. I went there two days ago and left after two hours. There's nothing there. Is ****."
The next day, Kevin and I booked two tickets and hopped on a train to Sighisoara -- out of spite more than anything else. "I'll show you, you *******ned Frenchman," I said to myself. "I'll show ...