We stayed the night in Sighișoara, a town in Transylvania. We wandered around the town in the evening and we noticed how colourful all the buildings are. It is a pretty town with interesting architecture and roof tops.
As with many of our previous hotels, this hotel is very old, with worn wooden floors and heavy wooden doors. This place gave us keys for our bedroom doors, not magnetic cards!
This little old hotel also served the best selection of dried tea leaves and flowers and home-made jams I have encountered so far. I tried as many of the jams as possible and made the tea using the paper-filter provided – all were delicious!
This morning we walked up the centuries-old steps to the top of the hill to visit the fortress. The fortress is now a museum with various Roman artefacts. The long climb up to the balcony was well worth the effort as the view from there was astounding.