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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 ...
... boys to climb the church whilst they were constructing it and hung a weight on a string to see if the building was level and the height of it. The myth goes that the young boys boss pushed him off the top and killed him because he wasn't doing a good job. From here we went to the 'narrowest' street in Europe or so the Romanians think. It's actually the third just after a street in Germany and England. The Romanians got the bronze medal at least. After we walked through ...
... Perhaps as a waitress even, as at these prices I was tipping the LEI like a madman. No, you chose a life of crime, you reap what you sow. Is that another rant. Calm down man, you've losing it (note also cease to watch Air Crash Doco's at night).
Seriously, once you become stationary here the hassling starts. Its’s just relentless, just don't get your map out if your here.
Apart from these jokers, the locals here are friendly enough and all want to know ...
... which started the bellows and flames leaped up. He then had me try. I was absolutely enthralled. I wonder how many people get to experience something like that?
He then took a long piece of metal and put it in to the fire until it was glowing red hot. Then he took a hammer and pounded on one end to shape it. He did the same with the other end, and within minutes he had an item that was shaped like a towel rack, that would be used on the wall ...
... impale the victim on the stake while they were still alive, leaving them there to die and serve as a warning to others who might oppose him. Some stories say that he had up to 20,000 corpses hanging on stakes around his castle as a deterrent. However as far as I can tell, there was no history of Vlad turning in to a bat, sleeping in a coffin, having an aversion to light or garlic or living on human blood. How he has any connection with the fictional ...