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... and is also well known for translating large portions of the bible so that the lay person understood it. He did not however build the first Romanian speaking school- that was built in 1495. It sits just outside Catherine's gate in what was the old Romanian quarter of ancient Brasov.
While Bran castle is the most famous of the area it is far from the most beautiful castle of the region. We get up early the next morning and hop the train to Sinia to check out ...
... shof). This is a medieval city in the Transylvania region. I read how Romania trains are a crowded, hot mess. There are three kinds, and they vary by cost, speed and overall craziness. R trains are the slowest, cheapest and most crowded. IR and IC are quicker and not as crowded. Well, I booked an IR, and every seat in my car is taken, the luggage racks are full and luggage is between seats. A nice man helped me with my suitcase up the train steps (made up for the ****** cab ****), and ...
... photographing their front.
Walk walk walk, ponder briefly, stop, re-trace steps, take photos while people walk around me trying to figure out what the hell I’m taking a photo of.
I’m open to theories and obviously
I’ve managed to take enough photos of nifty looking signs and things to think it’s enough for a blog.
I like big fonts and I cannot ...
... be a good time to go for a walk and see the town. It wasn’t. In about 5 minutes we were all freezing and covered in snow and ended up taking refuge in a small café. We did get to see the main square and the main street, which are very beautiful, especially in the snow. We also saw the giant Brasov sign on mount Tampa, in the same style as the Hollywood sign in California. It even lights up at night. It was funny to see this for such a small town and ...
... incredibly interesting watching the salesman on the train using foreign sign language. It's also kind of weird that they just leave their products in the seat next to you for five minutes, walking back to see if you want to buy anything...\