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... out. It's basically two rooms above a restaurant and we had to walk through the restaurant to get upstairs. The stairs were blocked off and when a man approached us we told him we wanted to visit. He disappeared for a minute upstairs (I guess to get the place ready for visitors) came back, and let us up. When we got upstairs, there was haunted house-type music being played and the rooms were dark except for some coloured lights that were mostly around ...
... continuing our walk through the tiny cobblestone streets was cut short by relentless rainfall, so our night ended with another underpriced, oversized meal at the local pub. Side note: Having experienced Romanian music on the radio and watched the video clips on "Romanian MTV" a few times now, I can truly say it is quite unique. Essentially, they just dub popular American songs with equivalent Romanian lyrics. Resulting in songs that never quite properly fit ...
... Transylvania is lush and green with lakes for fishing. And gorgeous countryside in the Transylvanian triangle heading up to the Carpathian mountains.
We arrived in Sighisoara which is a magnificently preserved medieval town and was Saxon populated for centuries until the end of WWII. The Citadel, ...
We left with our driver Gregory this morning heading for the birthplace of Vlad Tepes, better known as Count Dracula.
it was about a 3 hr drive through some amazing countryside. Shepherds driving old timey horse drawn wagons were tending to the many sheep.
We walked around and took pictures for awhile, and then ventured into Dracula's place of birth, now opened as a restaurant on the lower section. We had a ...
We drove through and stopped and walked all around the town of Sighisoara.
It is located on the Tarnava River in Mures county, in Transylvania.
It is basically a small medieval fortified city. It is very pretty.
is a house here, not a castle, that Vlad the impaler used to live. We
walked up a massive old staircase (176 stairs if we remember correctly)
that is covered with wood so it ...