Sibiu is a nine hundred year old Saxon village in the central Romanian region of Transylvania. There are thatched roofs, cobblestones, window boxes and peeling layers of bright colours. You may also find women carving wooden bowls, painting cooking pots and tatting lace.But there is not so much as a vampire in sight – although I still can’t help but picture this when I hear ‘Transylvania.’ Bram Stoker (the author of Dracula) has a lot to answer for.And just in case we weren’t prepared to completely fall in love with the place, there’s an outdoor ‘museum’ full of Soviet era trains in various stages of decay. Rob had to persuade a lovely old man to actually open the place, but then got a private guided tour.And the buildings have eyes. What’s not to love.