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... out of Romania, at which time the castle became the property of the Romanian government. Everything was confiscated from the castle, and some of the items went to the National Archives.
In the 1970s Bran Castle opened as a historical place, but nothing was mentioned of Queen Maria. Elena was a daughter of Maria. She received the castle as an inheritance from her mother. She died in the US at age 92. She had five children - four girls and one boy and the boy ...
... instance-can you imagine an Australian man doing this? The thought is actually hysterical!
The BBQ is fun. Heidi dresses herself up in pegs and it reminds me of when I was a child;perhaps this is why I have the patience to wrap each peg up in tissue paper for her so she can give them out as presents to the guests. I don't mind though-perhaps in my own way I am being prepared for the day when I have a child. If it's a little boy though I could be in trouble!!! ...
... skies I had the next day heading south past Bucharest and into Bulgaria!
These are the best I could do. It's even more amazing with blue skies in the background!
Near the castle itself, King Carol also built a smaller home he let his wife stay in from time to time. Here is one picture of that "summer home".
... A little further along, we stopped at one of the many roadside stalls to look at the homemade cheeses and sausages.
I have always been slightly picky as an eater, not so much about what I eat, but more about how clean the environment is in which it is prepared. My thought when I saw this roadside stand was that food safe would have taken one look and closed the entire business down.
The shepherds make the cheese and then it is sold along the road. The man who ...
... 20,000 and 40,000 European civilians and up to 100,000 invading Turkish Muslims mostly by means of impaling them on a sharp pole.
When Vlad was in power he arrested all the nobles, impaling the older ones and forcing the younger ones and their families to march to the ruined Poienari Castle and rebuild it for his stronghold and refuge. The nobles were forced to labor ...