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Sign of the times in Sighisoara

June 14th 2018
HE SAID... Today we were travelling south from Vadu Izei to Sighisoara (via Bistrita). After a wild night of lightning, thunder and heavy rain, a thick impregnable mist shrouded the township of Vadu Izei when we woke at 6am. We dragged our packs downstairs, loaded them into our host’s car and headed to the main homestay house on the other side of town, where breakfast was laid ... read more
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Romanian Flag The principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia - for centuries under the suzerainty of the Turkish Ottoman Empire - secured their autonomy in 1856; they united in 1859 and a few years later adopted the new name of Romania. The country gained recognitio... ... read more
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15th August 2018

Sighisoara - nice place to hang a few days
What I remember from when we visited Sighisoara was that we felt that it could be a nice place to just hang around in for a few days. Lots of nice streets and hidden nooks and crannies to explore. Those kind of places we enjoy. Thanks for bringing back memories. /Ake
16th August 2018

Re: Sighisoara - nice place to hang a few days
It really had the perfect vibe for hanging out! Even when the area near the Clock Tower and the covered Scholars’ Stairway was packed with large groups, the rest of the small Old Town was blissfully peaceful :)

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