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... soup in a gigantic homemade bread bowl, pastries (bisquits, essentially) smothered in creamy mushroom/blue cheese sauce, polenta, and cabbage stuffed with meat. We also had some nice wine—we were warned that the Romanian beer was absolute ****, so we decided to play it safe. It was delicious!
We took all the ...
... Clock Tower, which is one of, if not, the most well known structures in this medieval city. We enjoyed the views that overlooked not only the citadel, but also the rest of the city.
Next up - Dracula! Sighisoara is home to the birthplace of Vlad Tepes (better known as Dracula) and visitors are able to step foot in the house where he was born in the 1400s. We figured it may be a bit hokey and it was, but for less than $2 CDN, we were happy to ...
... inhabited from that period and the walls have been restored and maintained to high degree. The most magnificent tower stands over the main entrance to the citadel and is capped by one large and four smaller spires, all decorated with stunning and iridescent looking tiles. You can climb the tower and learn about the town history from the museum inside. There were something like twenty guilds and handicraft associations founded within the walls and each had a role ...
... same thing.
The school at the top of the covered stairs.
Lunch time. Everything in Romania is meat, meat and more meat. So, for me, bean soup became a ...
... politely said hello, then instead of 'glancing' at my boots,....she almost slung her head off her shoulders doing a double take. Ahhhh,....style!
Well,....all the plans are changed! I just booked a FLIGHT to Istanbul, Turkey, leaving on Monday. The heck with trying to navigate the trains in the Balkans.
It's after mid nite, so better close. Be on the lookout for vampires,....they're EVERYWHERE!