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... king is still alive and is 92. He got back Peles Castle, but since maintenance is so high the government took it over. But the royal family can stay there and receive guests. I bought a ticket for a tour and to take photos. If you don't buy the photo ticket, you can't take any, and one guy in our group got yelled at for this. I thought it was worth it, as this castle is unlike anything I have ever seen. It contains 30 bathrooms, 60 bedrooms and 130 rooms. ...
I feel like I'm in a caricature of a European country. Everywhere I turn looks like a movie set - which is a little different to the other former communist cities I have visited". Probably because they weren't also formerly part of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
The buildings look like the preppy set of a 1985 high school - pastel colours with white trimmings like wedding cake icing. And no high ...
... out at check out. The fee for staying there just to be warm was equal to another night of staying for one person. Nuts. Seriously though? We are your only customers. There is nothing we are going to be using up if we stay... would it kill you to bend the rules for us? I guess it would. We only had about four hours to kill anyway. We figured that we could always go to the mall by the train station to stay warm if we had to.
... for company, due to our nice, non-threatening vibe. I feared we'd never be rid of this curse.
Before heading out, I went up to the reception to see if my clothes had been washed and dried. This time the receptionist was a hipster-bearded Romanian man who looked at me with a big, exaggerated smile.
"I don't know, maybe the Gypsies stole them! Haha!"
As a result of my delaying, Kevin, Sarah and I were five minutes late for the walking tour. ...
... of a 4 hour downhill walk, it was still a magical and in parts a rather scary walk as just over half way we entered the dark and very lonely section of the walk - the very old pine forest. The walk twisted its way through the forest, that was so densely populated that you couldn't see above or around you that clearly. The trees were old and very knarley, twisted into all different shapes, some of them even seemed to be growing upside down! It was so quiet, that every slight ...