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Today I went on an excursion with F, V & A to Nicopolis ad Istrum, the remains of a Roman and Early Byzantine town about 20km north of Veliko Tarnovo.
Nicopolis ad Istrum is in the countryside very close to the little village of Nikyup (pronounced Nik-yoop) - a small collection of old-looking houses with tiled roofs. Horses wandered around; apparently they belong to the gypsies who live in Nikyup and travel around by horse and cart. These carts are very ...
... she didn't have tickets to Veliko Tarnovo for the time I wanted and that I'd have to wait until 16.30 for the next bus! It was only about 12.30 at this point. She wouldn't actually sell me a ticket for the 16.30 one, however - I didn't understand much of what she said in Bulgarian, but I gathered that it was somehow too early for her to do so.
I thought about going back to the city centre for a couple of hours, but I didn't want ...
... tour in the historic town of Veliko Tarnovo. It turned out to be a brilliant decision our guide slowly ambled through the hilly town’s historic monuments; carefully explaining the city and countries’ history from its Byzantium occupation in the middle ages to its occupation by the Ottoman Empire in the fourteenth century through to the third Bulgarian State from 1877. Even more recently, Serbia has attempted to ...
... was the fortress on top of a nearby hill which got Ivan excited until he learnt that the whole thing was a complete reproduction. We got to our rooms and we got a surprise. It appeared that we could do several things at once in the bathroom if we really wanted to...we think the photo explains everything. And not only that, our hotel was called "Ivan's Guest House". The restaurant that night was traditional Bulgarian fare with ...
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Several Couchsurfers that I met in Romania insisted that I go to Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria (also known as Turnovo, Tirnovo, or just VT). They told me that it's a small village built on steep hills that overlook a river. With great food and a close-knit Couchsurfing community, there was no way I could skip it. I requested a 31-year old Belgian Couchsurfer named Joachim to give myself a break from the party scene of Varna.
I met Joachim at the ...