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... girls came to the Romanian government and asked for the castle to be returned to them. They chose for it to be a historial museum, which is its current state.
Enough on Dracula and Bran Castle.
We did have a nice group lunch at a local restaurant, Popasul Reginei. The facility had deer in their back yard, which added a novelty to this particular lunch time.
On our way to and from Bran, we passed through the town of Poiana, which has ...
This is the day that we say goodbye to our friends but before we do, we are heading to Peles Castle. Peles Castle was once the palace of King Mihai(the Romanian king) but he had to flee the country at one point and live in exile during the Communist regime. It is the most beautiful castle you have ever seen-looks like something out of a fairytale but I am getting ahead of myself.
That morning we all jump into our cars and head to Sinaia where Castle Peles is situated. ...
With our new found skills in Bucharest travel, and a little help from our hostel host, Jess and I rode the subway to Gara de Nord train station to travel to Brasov. We planned to spend 4 or 5 hours in a place called Sinaia, which was a stop on the train line to Brasov. From what Jess had researched about this place it looked amazing and it definitely didn't disappoint! The train ride in itself was amazing to see ...
... the cheese had hands as black as coal, and his clothes were old, tattered and dirty. He had rounds of cheese piled up on a table, that sat beside the rows of various sides of meat, and bacon. There were links of sausages hanging off the racks, in all sizes, textures, and colours. He took an extremely large knife out of his pocket and cut off pieces of three different sausages for me to try. One was not at all to my liking and reminded me of blood sausage from when I was ...
... clothes fell off then they continued to work naked; very few of them survived the building of the castle.
There is no firm evidence that the character of Dracula was actually based on Vlad the Impaler other than that Bram Stoker came across the name Dracula while reading a book on Romanian history. It is more likely that the villain in the 1897 novel Dracula was ...