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- Free parking
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... selling all kinds of kitsch. However, considering it was March, there really weren't many tourists in the town. Do you think we stood out? With our blond hair (okay, that might be pushing it for me) and blue eyes, we stood out everywhere we went in Romania. One little girl loved Jack's Mickey Mouse sweater and she tried to follow us as we walked up to the castle.
There were maybe 8 other people visiting Bran Castle, and we were the only ones who ...
5th - 7th March I arrived at Brasov's train station around 20.00 then managed to catch a bus near to the hostel where I was staying for a couple of nights. I previously looked on hostelworld and found a cheap hostel near to the centre. It was called promenade. Once I got into the hostel I quickly checked in and dumped my things off before heading out to find a supermarket to grab some food. Unfortunately all the ones close to the hostel were closed so I had to go to a ...
... town was lovely, and while we were settling in to the hotel, Elizabeth and Jack had an awesome time playing with the snow that was on the front lawn. This was the first time that they had seen snow on our trip (sorry, Canadian friends! ), and they loved it!
We drove to nearby Peles Castle, which was the summer residence of the Romanian royal family. After navigating the icy parking lot, avoiding the onslaught of school children, ...
... back, telling us that the smallest piece was in fact 1,100 g! Not really wishing to start from scratch, we went along with it. When it came, the steak was absolutely massive - it could have fed four or five comfortably!
By the time we had finished it, we were getting quite tight for time for getting our train, so we hurriedly paid the bill, fetched our bags from the hotel and grabbed a taxi to the train station. Our suspicions about the ...
... br> then we got lost
We finally made it to
the airport and then spent the next few hours in a garage getting
pretty much everything on the car fixed...they seemed a bit shocked
that it had lasted!
That night we were
unable to find a campsite near the city of Deva...so found ourselves
wild camping in a creepy abandoned park, metres away from a gypsy
camp...most of us spent all night rather restlessly expecting to wake
up to find our camp striped ...