There is no point of keeping images in the hard-disk. So I have decided to publish more images of my past travels on my blogs.
In the past, I had written couple of articles about Brasov and its food culture.
And this article contains another set of photographs of this cute and vibrant city. I believe these images deserve to be published on my blog. I used my old CANON 450D to capture the beauty of the Romanian city.
I used Photoscape to edit these pictures.
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And my Romania journey continues. Before a short trip to Lake Sfânta Ana, I told my good friend Lajos Berde that I am feeling hungry. And he promised to take me to a good restaurant 🙂 And he fulfilled his promise. 🙂 Welcome to Szekler Rest House !
Situated at Băile Tușnad, a town famous for its spas and mineral waters therapies, the Rest House is basically a Hungarian rest house-cum-restaurant.
Delicious food, refreshing drinks and peaceful ambiance just made my day. The following images may give you an idea what a wonderful time I had being there.
A delicious soup called Goulash but what exactly is Goulash ? Strongly recommended 🙂
A local drink called Szilvapalinka. Alcohol content was more than 40% and it took me to heaven instantly 🙂
All the images were shot by Xiaomi Mi 4.
My curiosity and excitement to see Europe was at extreme as it was my first trip to this part of the world.
I stayed in Brasov and paid a short trip to Sighisoara, a medieval town situated on the Tarnava Mare River in Mures County, Romania.
This small historic town, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is simply wondrous. One of the highlights of the town is its colorful buildings, surrounded by many cafes.
If you are planning to visit Romania, then your itinerary should include Sighișoara. The top attraction of the city is the Medieval Citadel, which is frequently visited by hundred of visitors everyday. It is a small town which anyone can explore by foot. I did it.
I took a bus from Brasov to Sighișoara and it took approximately two hours to reach there. I did not stay there and explored the town for two hours on foot.
“A piece of art” – my final words about this pretty town.