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... idea why... The conductor kept coming through and telling everyone what was happening, but he didn't speak English so we just sat around and hoped that if he gave important instructions that someone would take pity on us and try to tell us! Thankfully the train started up again and we made it to Sighisoara with enough time to walk up to the medieval town before our train home left. The old city was ...
... up it. While inside the warm car, it was interesting to watch the temperature change on the dashboard as we drove up and then back down again. On our way back to Sibiu, we passed "the real castle of Dracula" called Poienari. To get to this 14th century fortress on the top of a high mountain, we had to climb more than 1400 stairs and all I could think was that it better be worth it.
It was! Not only were the views all around this ...
... for us, our pleas for help were answered by Gandalf the Grey, and he magically appeared in front of us, arriving direct from the Cajdzinica Dzirlo tea house in Sarajevo, carrying a tray of biscuits and refreshing tea for us. "Go to the Enchanted Forest, where my friend Sorin the Sorcerer can reverse the curse, by filling your bellies with delicious stuffed cabbage rolls accented with rich sour cream, ...
... 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 ...
... lost in the construction. It climbs and twists and swoops over viaducts and tunnels, past lakes and sublime mountain peaks. The surface is flat, though a little bumpy with occasional grooves. It's a road for riding gently and taking in the awe-inspiring vistas.
Clarkson reckons it's the best driving road in Europe. It's not a road for knee-down exhilaration like the Nockalm or Grossglockner, but it's so beautiful ...