The citadel on the hills - part 2 [pic heavy]

Hello ladies!

the winding road

lake Balea and Balea cabin, and yes, that is snow

losing my balance

crossed it twice and didn't end up in the lake, trust me :>

RO: Continuand seria de poze din Sighisoara, astazi am diverse poze cu diverse lucruri sau locuri care mi-au placut foarte mult.

In Sighisoara am stat la pensiunea Baier Hoff si ne-a placut foarte mult acolo, ne-a placut ca strazile erau goale in weekend (cam ca o statiune in afara sezonului), era plin de straini pe la cetate, mai ales nemti (si toti cu ghizi, iar zah bf stie germana si imi traducea si mie ce ziceau ghizii :D), am facut si miscare pe masura, tot urcand si coborand dealul, am mancat foarte bine (am savurat o ciorba de fasole in pita dementiala :D), erau o groaza de terase dragute, stradute de poveste si case superbe, trebuie sa zic mai mult? Ce nu mi-a placut a fost faptul ca aveau niste preturi cam mari pentru muzeele lor micute (4 lei ca sa vizitezi o camaruta de 2 pe 2, cica inchisoarea; zic in comparatie cu taxele din Sibiu, unde sunt muzee mult mai mari si mai interesante) si nu erau decat magazinase micute, nu tu un supermarket acolo, cel putin in centrul orasului dar astea ar fi toate nemultumirile

La intoarcere am vrut sa traversam Transfagaraseanul iar privelistile iti taiau rasuflarea. Ne-am intalnit cu un strain pe motocicleta si ne-a felicitat pentru panorama, si apoi s-a plans ca e drumul prost :)))) Apropo, cei de la Top Gear au zis ca e cel mai frumos drum din Europa, si asta e ceva :D

Cand am ajuns sus la Balea am constatat ca tunelul era inchis si ca nu puteam sa traversam, deci trebuia sa ne intoarcem, dar macar am facut multe poze superbe. Inca ceva, stiati ca lacul balea este cel mai mare lac glaciar ca suprafata din Romania? (mi-a placut foarte mult geografia Romaniei in generala iar partea de relief o stiu si acum bine ;;) )

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EN: Continuing the series of photos from Sighisoara, today I have some random pictures with different places and things that impressed me.

We liked our bed&breakfast very much (Baier Hoff), we loved that the streets were empty (kind of like a resort during the off-season), a lot of foreigners, especially Germans (all with guides and lucky me that zah bf knows German and would translate for me what the guide would say :D ), the work-out I got from constantly going up and down the hill, the food was great, the little terraces and little streets with all the great houses, need I say more? Oh, I didn't like that the ticket prices for their little museums were kind of high (I mean come on, 1 euro to see a single little room, 2 by 2) and there were only little stores, no supermarkets in sight, at least in the city center, but those are all my complaints

On our way back, we went through the Transfagarasean and the views were breathtaking. We met a foreigner on a motorcycle and he congratulated us for the beautiful scenery and than told us it was hard to drive on the road due to the bad state of it :)))) I should mention that the guys from Top Gear said that the Transfagarasean is the most spectacular road in Europe :>

We stopped at Balea lake and had to go all the way back, because the tunnel was closed :(( but at least I got to shoot some nice pictures. By the way, did you know that lake Balea is the largest (in surface) glacial lake in Romania?



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