Hotel City Center
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in weird places to view, they were not picture worthy, and that was it. This church more or less looked just like the outside of the church. Just one big gray slab of rock. Even the altar was not very ornate by European Church Standards. All in all, if I ever go to Brasov again I would skip this church and save my 8 lie, for the shear fact that there was really nothing much to see. ...
... region was repeatedly raided by Tatars,Turks and, on a couple of occasions, by Vlad Tepes. The towns fortifications survived these onslaughts, but those caught outside the walled city did not fair so well. When the Tepes attacked Brasov in 1460, they burnt the suburbs and impaled hundreds of captives along the heights of St. Jacob's Hill to the north of the city. On a side ...
... lot today. At night, we visited the Black Church for a concert. Inside the church is the one of the largest organs in Europe (4000 pipes). Certain nights they hold a concert and it was a pretty neat experience to be there listen to tonight's concert, which featured music from Bach. It lasted about half hour and following the concert we walked around the church a bit. We found it interested that there were tons of Turkish rugs hanging up all around the interior of the ...
... and masks. We bypassed it all to enter the Castle grounds and beat a large tour group bus that pulled in right behind us. Although we thought it might be a little busier than usual because it was Halloween, and it may have been, but we were lucky that there were still relatively few people there since it was off season. The castle is much smaller than it appears in the arial shots, but no less impressive. You enter by a very steep and slick walkway that is ...
... be the old tram that once took you to the top of the mountain. The steps were worn away and overgrown. I started to descend the stairs when a family of germans came up and went around to the other side of the building. The tram was still in operation! 20 of us were packed into the tiny compartment for the 2 minute ascention up the side of the mountain.
Once the door closed, I immediately changed my mind about this packed sardine festival and had to do some discrete (I hope) ...