It’s easy to lose track of everything with this virus taking over the world, but today is St Patrick’s Day, and my Irish surname demands I acknowledge it!
A picture taken in Dublin during my last trip to Ireland: a Guinness truck with a reflection of the famous Ha’penny Bridge:
We have another two hours before we can check in for our flight, but we are at the airport in Bucharest, waiting to travel to Georgia.
Pictures from our trip to social media favourite and fairy tale-like Peleș Castle in Romania yesterday. Also, the Carpathian view from our balcony in our final accommodation before we fly to Georgia tonight.
We visited Bran Castle – allegedly Dracula’s castle, but really a royal residence – yesterday. It’s like a Disney house!
We’re still in the Transylvanian town of Sighișoara (Romania). Here are some of yesterday’s shots.
View from the clock tower.
Me (the stick figure ahead!) tackling the steep, covered steps (I’d already climbed up them!).
The view of the tower during dinner last night.
We’re in Sighișoara now – Dracula country! Here is the view from our Transylvania accommodation. Firstly, the view this morning. The second picture is from when we arrived yesterday afternoon.
Some images from the last few days in Romania. From the capital city, through Wallachia and Transylvania, to the gorgeous little city of Sibiu.
Our final night in Bucharest:
On the road:
Our “home” in Sibiu +the view from my bedroom at dusk and dawn:
The massive fountain in Piața Unirii and the obscenely huge parliament building – a legacy of communism.