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... all the time without growing to be 1,000 pounds. During our drive, Cecilia and I figured out that gas in Romania is about $6.50 a gallon.
After lunch we visited the Rasnov Citadel. Rasnov is a Transylvania village, the villagers back in medieval times built this defense fortress against possible Turk and Hungarian invasions. It is mostly in ruins, but you can still see parts of the old church, the school and where people lived. Cecilia said if the village ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial,sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">- I did read that service at restaurants is not the friendliest. I wouldn't say it's terrible, but it's not warm and fuzzy like in the U.S. I am ok with it because I suspected it.
- People do seem to take a bit to warm up, but once they do, they are friendly. It reminds me of Iceland in that way.
... had electric heating installed and the first elevator in Europe - all more than 135 years ago. Not many pictures because I got busted in the entry. Turns out the tour with photos means YOU can take photos, not that you get your picture taken! I didn't chose the right option.
We had a lovely dinner out tonight with Mike, Elena, her parents, sister and brother-in-law, ...
... keep wondering which is more annoying to her: the group of 40 or so noisy 5-year-olds in the tour just ahead of us, or having to wait for V to translate for me what I didn't catch so our little group can move on. Of course the beauty of this is that I am so fascinated by her battle with her own annoyance that it takes V longer to finish explaining to me in each room, which then annoys her even more... it's a deliciously vicious circle.
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... Transylvanian history. They both are well preserved and charming, despite their gruesome and treacherous past—after all, this is from where Vlad Tepes (aka, Count Dracula) comes!
I am sure last night, our first in Brasov, will be one of the one or two most memorable of this trip. It was a gorgeous evening, light until 9:30pm, and the picturesque 700 year old central plaza was filled with families and young couples strolling around ...