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... all the time without growing to be 1,000 pounds. During our drive, Cecilia and I figured out that gas in Romania is about $6.50 a gallon.
After lunch we visited the Rasnov Citadel. Rasnov is a Transylvania village, the villagers back in medieval times built this defense fortress against possible Turk and Hungarian invasions. It is mostly in ruins, but you can still see parts of the old church, the school and where people lived. Cecilia said if the village ...
... are still remains of the wall used to keep out Romanians. When the Saxons ruled, Romanians weren't allowed to own property inside the city wall, so they settled outside. Apparently Ekaterina's Gate is where they were allowed to come through, but it was only certain times and they had to pay a fee. Imagine that! That is the one gate still intact. I loved strolling along the old city and looking at the towers and gates. I had lunch at Bella Musica, which is a cave-like restaurant and ...
... hits up larger destinations. Which leads us to our next destination: Brasov.
Brasov is the capital of Transylvania, a province (county? Dunno what they are called here) of Romania. Yes, I just came from an Eastern Bloc country more Eastern Bloc-y than I have ever been before. Talk about not being in Kansas, anymore. But the people! Oh, they are marvelous! First, I had an adventuresome couchette trip from Budapest to Brasov with those ...
... sugar. Even Maja told me it was strange that I put milk in my tea - very British. Well, being a Canadian of Australian birth that makes sense, as my background is British. Anyhow, my host that day smiled at me and told me he would be right back with some milk. Bless him, he brought half a dozen small packets of cream. He winked at me as he told me to put them all in my coffee.
There was much laughter as I was asked to tell my tales of ...
... through two beers at once, which I somehow managed. Germany has had a big influence here so most of the beers are spectacular.
Romania also has a strong shopping culture, as did Bulgaria. I think many people from around Europe travel here to shop and pick up a cheap bargain. We still haven’t bought shoes, not through any fault of my own. Belinda has had numerous ideas about her fashion style this winter but it is yet to impact on the ...