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... out of Romania, at which time the castle became the property of the Romanian government. Everything was confiscated from the castle, and some of the items went to the National Archives.
In the 1970s Bran Castle opened as a historical place, but nothing was mentioned of Queen Maria. Elena was a daughter of Maria. She received the castle as an inheritance from her mother. She died in the US at age 92. She had five children - four girls and one boy and the boy ...
... I definitely don't think I told her that; Well, Ileana, now you know.
After that we had some lemonade and said goodbye to our friends. I was sorry to see them go but apparently, according to Mihai, "Romania is not finished with me yet" so I will probably see them all again.
After they left we went out to a tavern-wow that sounds sort of bad doesn't it? It was a food place and so awesome! I had wild boar-pretty good stuff!
That afternoon I ...
... body and every ounce of determination that I had built up over the years.
I was standing on one side of that bridge, and time stood still. There were so many thoughts going through my head. I wanted to turn around and run down the mountain. Every fear I had ever felt over the past 20 years was in my heart at that moment. I could even see my ex-husband just walking away as though it really didn't matter what I did, just as long as I didn't ...
... of our trip to the government. I got a real taste of what it is like to have Big Brother watching over you.
We headed to Sinaia, where Peles Castle is located. The town of Sinaia is located not far from Brasov, in the Peles Valley. Peles Castle was the home for Romanian Royalty until 1947. The castle was built between 1886 and 1914 by King Carol. The building has over 130 rooms and 30 bathrooms, only 35 percent of which is open to the ...
... food and water for our journey to Budapest.
As I mentioned earlier, there are quite a few street children in Romania, and they tend to hang out about the train stations, I guess to get sympathy from tourists such as us. However, after three weeks of being in Europe we were hardened travellers and Sparkes took no time in telling the children we had no money on us. However, he forgot about the bottle of water that was strapped ...