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... the town was extremely quiet and ominous. Not to mention that there were hundreds of ravens flying around and squawking like maniacs. It was essentially the exact town you would expect to be described in a Halloween movie.
We started by climbing up a set of steps in a tunnel structure to get to the castle. It was more of a ...
We left Brasov early this morning in the freezing cold to take a minibus to Sighisoara. The temperature was four degrees and we layered up - again, but it wasn't near enough to keep us warm. The bus dropped us off a couple hours later and we spent the next half hour walking around in the cold trying to find our guesthouse on the cobblestone roads. Once we did, we checked in and the owner of the house told us the heat wasn't working and he was hoping to ...
... continuing our walk through the tiny cobblestone streets was cut short by relentless rainfall, so our night ended with another underpriced, oversized meal at the local pub. Side note: Having experienced Romanian music on the radio and watched the video clips on "Romanian MTV" a few times now, I can truly say it is quite unique. Essentially, they just dub popular American songs with equivalent Romanian lyrics. Resulting in songs that never quite properly fit ...
... t been left to ruin. The relatives were right. And I was getting nervous.
Sighisoara, our planned destination, along with Brasov to the south-east and Sibiu to the south-west are a triangle of 13th century German fortress-towns, about 1.5hr - 2hr away from one another, deep in the heart of Transylvania. Should we get off at Sighisoara or stay on in hope of finding civilization? Who knew what state the place would be in now. We arrived at ...
... known as Dracula. It is assumed that Vlad had been born in Sighisoara, the former body guard house, where he hosted his father during exile, which is now called Vlad the Devil.
I've ripped that straight from the tourist info centre. There is not a huge amount to report here, so the above is similar to a seat filler at the oscars.
A bit about Vlad. As his name suggest, impalement was his preferred method of ...