- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... British 'tour-party' and so deftly steers us away from the place where they're heading. But then she notices a big banner across the door welcoming Michael and his horse (who?!) to Sigishoara for riding 'halfway home' from Moscow. So after sups she forges across the square, dragging a reluctant Guy with her, to join the celebration. She hails Michael as a long-lost friend who, it has to be said, greets her with an equal display of emotion. Half the people stand up and press ...
... it would be enjoyable, rarely have I ever been so misguided.
Crossing the border there is a tangible and visual reverse metamorphose. The cars are older and battered, there is a steady and endless supply of horse and carts with tanned and knarled farm workers sitting in them, and the quality of the houses drops substantially. It took me some time to believe that I was only a few miles into Romania and that such a substantial change could be so evident, but it was.
... me and Anna to leave our carriage in the Romanian tongues of men and then proceeded to tear it apart. They took off the seats, pulled down the curtains, pulled off any wooden panels and then searched our bags. No stone was left unturned in what was obviously a search for drugs. Never before have I involved myself with such a pointless and ridiculous recreational pass time. However I could not help but feel worried, for after watching many episodes of banged up abroad ...
... a village idiot here (of the squarking bird variety) has managed to find me each day. Everywhere I'ev gone this idiot has managed to popped up, lunch out in the sun, checking out the view, taking a dump or wandering the streets. I can only assume he comes from a long line of idiots.
I said to him, You again ! Let me tell you what now. I'm gonna call a couple of hard, pipe-hitting players to go to work on the homes here with ...
... in the High Middle Ages as an artisan town of Saxons (Germanic peoples, sent to colonize the region on the behalf of the Hungarian crown, in an attempt to fortify the region after the Huns, Mongols and Slavs had overrun it in successive waves). The location of the town, apparently, was selected to maximize its defensive capabilities, which explains Sighişoara's preferential spot at the top of a hill, lording over the river ...