Stag House

Str. Scolii 1, Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sighisoara

Romania - Bucharest and Fagarus

A travel blog entry by marilynross


... just to get through each day. Post war coupled with the decline of communism have left many jobless due to the closure of many industries. We have been staying with a lovely couple Petry and Kyle and their three beautiful girls aged 8, 6 and 4. They are involved in ministries working with a number of different groups. Horizon of Hope is one of their major projects. We spent time working around the centre as well as ...

Sighisoara, Romania

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene


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This is the covered walkway from the town to the school at the top of the hill. It's used to this day. Imagine kids running up and down on school days. Imagine old tourists huffing and puffing ...

Beautiful, But Odd

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx


... restaurant in the new town beneath the citadel.

Aside from the rather unpleasant street kafuffle between young Romanian boys and two (much) smaller gypsy boys (they really do seem to be treated as an underclass here), there is little else I can say to explain the oddness of the place. Perhaps it was just a feeling, the eerie feeling, that the town exuded. Maybe that comes with being the birthplace of the real life ...

Sighhisoara and the Saxon Fortified Churches

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... originally had a German name, though now most are known by their Romanian name, and signs seem to use both names.

The country we pass through is pretty pleasant, green, rolling hills, wooded on top, cultivated in the valleys, with small villages of interconnected houses forming a continuous facade, with high fences or gates in the gaps between houses.

Our first church was the 14th century Malancrav church, with wall paintings at the end of ...

A Voyage To The Vampiric Lands!

A travel blog entry by michael.bell


... Timisoara and my brief encounter of the central area reminded me of a Charles Dickens novel. The buildings were old and seemed to have stood since the medieval ages of men and many people still travelled via horse and cart. Around midday we boarded the first of two trains to Sighisoara. Every carriage was full and only one seat remained, so being a gentleman I allowed Anna to sit down and stood on my own for two hours in the corridor amongst the blistering Artic winds. On ...


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