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... away. Stefan's aunt works there, so he saw a lot of family today. Stefan himself began helping with archeological digs in the area when he was seven or eight years old, and he was at the dig the day the above-mentioned helmet was found. The beehive-shaped tomb was small and cramped but contained an interesting ceiling fresco that has been interpreted as a wedding scene, a funeral scene, and a coronation scene. Stefan thinks it's a funeral scene because it's ...
... and cold Fanta orange. That was a far more sociable experience. As night fell, the bus behind us left his lights on so I could see to read my book. This was a more regimented affair. Apart from anything there was no space for anyone,let alone a bus, to drive to the front of the queue and pay some cash to go through ahead of their rightful turn. Even one or two cars filtering in were met with mixed reactions – tolerance or aggression. Fortunately ...
... But why make it easy? Why not have a slightly different kind of cyrillica than them?
The road was boring until the moment we realized we needed gas and the closest gas station David's GPS found was 140km further. There was no way Clio was gonna make it. So we kept going up and down smaller hills, through even smaller villages, hoping to find a gas station. Or, worst case scenario, that some good soul will save us if we ...
... with beautiful frescoes. Churches dated from the 13-14th century. Then we were on our own to shop! We had a nice lunch overlooking the harbor. Tonite is our group happy hour. Tomorrow we are on the road again to another town on the Black Sea-Varna. ...
We left Plovdiv for a long day on the bus to the city of Nesebar on the Black Sea. After a two hour drive we arrived in Stefan's hometown of Kazanlak in the Valley of the Roses. Here they manufacture 90% of the world's rose oil. The roses were done blooming, but we passed FIELDS of sunflowers and lavender. Gorgeous!! Also a couple of wagons pulled by horses with pom poms. Roma people. In Kazanlak we went to the Thracian Museum and then visited two Thracian tombs. One ...