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... once the home of Vlad Tepes, ruler of Walachia. While the association with Dracula is sketchy at best, the castle continues to hold a strong attraction for all fans of the Count.”
Bran Castle had paid professional soldiers, supported by the communities. Eventually the castle became the property of the residents of Bran.
The castle was given to Queen Maria to honor her for all she did for the country of Romania. In 1947 the royal family ...
... no idea how special it would be.
Ironically for such a great trip the plane ride was a non event. I fell asleep straight away and literally for most of the three hour flight. That didn't happen to me before I came to Europe but now I fall asleep often. Unfortunately for Don, my landlord, he couldn't fall asleep which is highly unusual for him!
Cornell, Stella's guy comes to pick us up from the airport. He is a natural ...
... However, now we were both just laughing once we realised what had happened! As with the sleeper train from Istanbul, what once felt like a challenge, was starting to feel almost routine. I wondered how we would cope when these things are no longer routine. Having down time on the train, was nice, as it gave Kim and I a chance to catch up as we rolled past the snow capped mountains of Transylvania. We arrived in Brasov and bought our sleeper ticket to Budapest for ...
... we read that the fortress was built over an even older fortress from the middle ages and even that was built over ruins from homes built here in the Bronze era.
Transylvania is famous for its fortified churches. In the middles ages there was so much warfare happening here that the villages needed to protect themselves as much as possible. Not every town had the resources to erect a city wall so instead they fortified their churches in ...
Sunday morning dawned all too soon. I spent an hour organizing a few of my belongings. I was not leaving Brasov until 9:00 pm, so had plenty of time to pack when I came back from my walk. I had decided that I had to climb Mt. Tampa, the mountain that overlooks Brasov, today.
I set off with my daypack packed with water and a light lunch of cheese, fruit and yogurt. I walked in to town and grabbed my last pastry and coffee on the way in. I stopped at a ...