Outside, we walked around the grounds to find some goats and chickens enjoying the sunshine. There was a huge vegetable garden and lots of flowers too, and we were even escorted around by a little canine friend. It was very peaceful, and not the type of place you would expect to find the legacy of such a violent ruler.
After leaving Snagov, we still had some time left with Nadia, so we headed over to the Romanian Peasant Village Museum. This place was full of examples of traditional Romanian houses from all over the country. It was very interesting to see the variety of living quarters set up as if they were still in use. It was a beautiful day, so we just wandered around through the houses and gardens. Then it was time to find some lunch at a nice open air cafe.
Here are a couple of pictures from the Village Museum.
Tomorrow is the big Carpathian 360 Tour. Let's hope I can sleep tonight!