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... to a community of original Saxon homes -some restored to historical standards and painted in pastel shades of blues, greens, oranges and lavender. Chickens wander, pecking at the dirt. We get to the end of the road to park and approach the ancient buildings through a ...
... up early and head for the castle. This is a wise move as later in the day the queue for tickets is huge. But now we are among the first. It costs 25 RON (under a fiver) for me. Mick claims old git privileges and gets in for 15.
It's a steep climb up to the castle entrance, then a flight of very steep steps to get to the main door. Definitely no wheelchair access here.
There is ...
... back drops clothed in multitudes of trees with rocky peaks often with a misty collar, surround by vast green plains. The further east we ventured evidence hat the more primitive the agricultural practice through people using hand tools and horses and dome shaped hay stacks lined up. The housing had a kind of Italian and Austrian appearance and most of them well maintained and very ...
... join Will and a few other eagers for some weight lifting - he had a a circuit set up outside the truck, mental! Coming home with guns bro! Carol took the less taxing route, a beer at the bar - claims of still having burnt hands! After a simple dinner of ham, potatoes and coleslaw, Alex's first guitar lesson began with Will. C minor and G where on the stings, a true proficient! Hmmm... Shower time and bed. PS sleeping on grass is soooo good!! ...
... lowered prices on some of the stuff I bought. But they had LOTS of cool Dracula stuff. So I had an amazing time I just wish I could communicate better with the locals. L: Picked up the rental car this morning which is a little Fiat and I really love that it turns on a dime. The city is full of traffic circles but I've only cut off one person so far and he was nice enough not to honk at me. And with a day of driving under my belt, I was feeling confident that I had ...