Nathans Villa Sighisoara

Address: Str. Libertatii 8, Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Str. Libertatii 8, Sighisoara.
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Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

A Train and Bus

A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Feb 02, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... I asked her where she is going and she showed me the time on her phone. Ok, sure. I only know about 10 phrases in Romanian, so that is fair. Romanians love their sandwiches when they travel. Tons of people were eating them brought from home on the train. The rain/snow that fell in Brasov yesterday and chilled me a bit on my walk to church must've been all snow in this area, which is more north. The trees and forests and hills are snow covered, and this is what it should look like ...

Visiting the House Where Dracula was Born

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... of us. As we got closer, we heard and saw a dog barking at us. Garyn can get quite nervous around dogs (especially barking ones) that aren't on a leash or don't have an owner. This caused a bit of a problem as the dog was on the path we were walking on. We continued walking as the dog continued barking. Then, the sheep began getting up and walking away from us, so we thought we may be in the clear (although we still had the dog barking). Not quite! ...

Climbing a mountain

A travel blog entry by grazzaandquinny on Aug 23, 2011

... first arrived I was quite glad to see that it was more of a tourist place, as the last two places we'd visited hadn't been and it was almost a reassurance telling us that this place was worth visiting, nevertheless I was soon sick of people taking pictures of places without even looking at them and people getting annoyed at the museum workers because they didn't speak enough English to understand their demands.
So ...

Organ Concert

A travel blog entry by novington on Sep 17, 2010

1 comment

The music was incredible. There really are no words to describe the experience. I'm really glad Faith and I went and that we were sitting by ourselves. There weren't too many people there so it was quiet and very peaceful. I think we are going to go every Friday until there are no more concerts.

Short at sweet today... but if you ever get invited to an organ concert you should check it out!

Désfalva Finally!

A travel blog entry by bkozuma on Aug 21, 2010

26 photos

... 8217;t have a church, so they built a wooden tower (or "leg") to house their bell.

Aside #3: On the subject of decoding town names, we think Dés is the name of a wealthy property owner, while falva means “village of”. So, while visiting various towns, it’s easy to figure out the meaning of the name of the town. Livia got a kick out of Kutyafalva in particular, one of the villages through which we passed, since it ...