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... Sibiu was pretty small, so it didn't take us much time to walk around the entire old town a few times.
In the afternoon, we headed back to the hostel to pack up and walk to the bus station to catch the bus to Sighisoara. The lady at the hostel had given us explicit instruction as to what station to go to and what time the bus left, but she turned out to be completely wrong. Thankfully, the women at bus station A wrote ...
... was like going back in time. The streets are all cobblestone, and the buildings are brightly painted different colours. We had to rush through which was too bad, but we didn't want to miss our train back to Sibiu. One cool thing we did see (from the outside) was Vlad the Impaler's birthplace. We woke up early on the 7th and hopped on the train to Brasov, central Romania, to meet up with Dimity and Rich again ...
... these statues are obviously not real, the vision of them is greatly disturbing.
Once we conquered the tons of stairs both on the way up and down, it was time to head back to Sibiu. We followed the GPS which was very reliable, but unfortunately it did not have the capability to detect traffic. When we were just about 15 km away from the hostel, we ended up sitting in a traffic jam for more than an hour and a half without ever knowing ...
... Forest, right? At least, that's what I once learned while spending a semester abroad at Hogwart's, and during a month backpacking through Middle Earth with Legolas and Elrond.
Sibiu is a stunner of a large Romanian city, alive with both tourists and locals strolling, browsing, and partaking in this country's excellent cafe culture. A night here would've been wonderful, but to us, another ...
... an absolute piece of ****, taking us on a bit of a wild goose chase. Having studied the route yesterday on Google maps, I noticed that Garmin came up with a slightly different path, but figured they would be more trustworthy - wrong! For some reason, Garmin likes sending you on secondary roads, so not only were we always traveling at a slow speed, but we also had to pass through every little town on the way, dodging horse-drawn carts for ...