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- Business Services
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... drive through Romania has been, if I am to be honest, a little boring, especially since we left Sinaia. But, the car has given us a lot of flexibility, and we are seeing lots of different types of houses, lots of different fashions (my wind pants might not have been so bad in rural Romania), and without a car, we would never have been stuck behind a horse-drawn wagon full of fresh manure in Romania. What an experience that was!
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... car as well. We had paid a bit extra for a sleeper car ("What's a sleeper car?" "I don't know but we have to take this train for 16 hours and the lady at the ticket desk was talking really fast so let's just go with it!") and it was awesome. Like bunk beds on a train with (inexplicably) it's own sink. Minus a few knocks on the door from the police stamping passports late at night it was a great ride...they even handed out bottles of water and sleeves of digestive crackers with ...
... it's strategic importance has been known for centuries. The Saxons built some beautiful churches and houses, as well as a massive wall to keep them safe (which is still standing). One of these gothic churches is now ominously known as the Black Church, but this actually just refers to the colour of parts of the exterior, which were charred by fire. This pretty alpine town also contains Strada Storii, one of ...
... do not enjoy eating when people are smoking. It is very unpleasant, especially since there was not one couple in the entire restaurant that was not smoking.
I went back to my Pensiune, feeling very alone. I shook it off and did some writing. By the time I turned my light off I had talked myself back in to a good mood. I forgave myself the lapse and went to sleep dreaming of my family, knowing how lucky I was to not really be alone in life...
... and strolled up to the [apparently closed] Curtea Veche (Old Court), built as a residence (I believe) for Vlad Țepeș, whose dismal statue guards the front of the courtyard.
We then drive to Tārgovişte, the former capital of Wallachia from the 14th-16th centuries. Here we visited the ruins of the Curtea Domneasca (the main palace), as well as the tower of Vlad Țepeș, built in the 15th century. From the tower, you ...