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This day in Transylvania had a focus on Count Dracula, or in reality, the background that built the myth of Dracula. Much of this story comes from the city of Sighisoara, but much of the legend is built in today's location - the city of Bran.
I needed to get this legend straight in my mind, so I am copying some information from the internet to help me fill out this myth:
"Vlad Tepes was born in 1428 in the fortress city of Sighisoara. His father, ...
... million people in Romania with 600 in
parliament; there are 80 million people in Germany with 200 in parliament.
* The majority party decides on the prime minister and other ministers. Every four years
each city has elections for local councils and mayors. There are 42 regions/counties in
Romania, and each county has a representative for the prime minister - a regional
office, responsible ...
... knowing what to expect, and it being dark outside we had no idea where our stop was, some stops didn't even have stations. Eventually we got there, it stood out as it was the first big station we had come across.
Villa Prato hotel was the nicest place I have stayed in. Read my review. Brasov itself was spooky in the November mist but enchanting at all the same time. Hardly any other tourists, beautiful churches everywhere and parts of the old town battlements still up made it ...
... longer in use), 10 Romanian lei
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 10
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Bratislava, Slovakia
... on the lookout for a tour guide who was supposed to be dressed in orange in the Brasov town square. The trouble was, there appeared to be a political organisation dressed in orange trying to get petitions signed. We considered approaching them and asking about the walking tour, but they seemed to be made up primarily of old, angry Romanian old women.
Sarah suggested we ask some strangers if they'd seen anyone dressed in orange. She asked a few passing Transylvanians ...