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... and there are none bigger than the House Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party which was built in 1981. There is much more information in this link which also refers to the Arc of Liberty, the huge arch we visited on our way south. http://www.archdaily.com/101626/forgott en-monuments-from-the-communist-era-in- bulgaria/ it is well worth a few minutes of your time.
These mountains are littered ...
... tidy laminated map with their neatly planned route marked in red and actual route marked in blue. They had ridden to Italy and caught a ferry to the south-west coast of Turkey, rode to the east, then north along the Black Sea crossing to Bulgaria, then on Romania. From here, they are heading back home to Switzerland and will start work again in August. They looked pretty tough and don't shy away from a mountain or two. They knew the Bulgarian side ...
I'm here for one year now.
The official finish date is 11.06.2012. Except two buildings, which have been started later and need "special care". And we will make it. But see the progress.
The most time I was working here and despite 2 x 3 days with my son and my exwife, I had no holidays here, but I meet a bunch of nice people, who will stay in my mind.
And I'm really excited about my next destination, where ever it will be.
... person downstairs, then we could get the chairlift tickets for 3 BGN/person each way. Margie says there is now a law against charging more for the tourists but they seem to have a system to get around it here.
The ride up the mountain was interesting and beautiful but we could tell the best view were behind us. I couldn't really see back ...
... could have actually eaten the kitten! The last 17 miles of the 62 were tough, another reminder that anything more than 50 miles a day is a struggle. The approach to Omurtag presented another massive 4 mile climb and from a far the town looked grey and grim. The hotel, advertised as occupying an old castle, certainly looked like some form of castle, but definately not the fairytale castle one pictures. Checked in and in the resturant we met a ...