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... organ recital in the St Margareta Church in Medias. There is a wall around the church complex, built for defensive purposes in unsettled times.
(It’s an old Gothic structure, inside a fortified wall.) The concert was ‘free’ and part of a music festival. Then tonight I’m going to a circus in Bazna, with Wilma. She promises me it will not have animals.
Bazna is a small village based on a ...
... for an automatic car for tomorrow. We decided to eat at a Chinese restaurant in the big square where many men were working to set up for this weekend's "Strong Man" competition. Without any luck in finding a car for tomorrow, we figured we might end up spending the day watching the competition.
Thankfully, we were able to find an automatic rental car online and we reserved it. This morning, after getting a later start than we ...
I finished my work and we met at the baths. I opted for a bath, rather than a shower, which was incredible—for only $1 I was able to soak in steaming hot water for half an hour. After this we went to the supermarket to pick up a few things. For dinner that night we had some hot meatball soup, a typical Romanian dish.
Friday morning I said goodbye to Andrei and his mom, blogged in town for the rest of the day, and then caught a train for Brasov in the ...
... The church itself was surrounded by three walls and then united by seven gate towers. The Clock Tower had a working clock which is set every day by hand, shooting windows and a wooden foot bridge.
There was a Bell Tower and a Mausoleum Tower. I was able to take pictures of the crypt at the bottom of the Mausoleum Tower. It was very small, but very beautiful. Each sarcophagus was very detailed. There was also a Catholic Tower which was ...
... was a main square with lots of interesting buildings and there was also a little pastry shop where we got a yummy omelette-like pastry. After we got our pastry we went to a church that looked like it was built from oversized Legos. Inside everybody would kiss everything like pictures and paintings of Jesus. Almost all the walls and ceilings were covered in colourful paintings of people from the bible. There was ...