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... cloth. So one of the frescos in Sveti Spas is of this cloth, and it is thought that that's how the icon tradition began.
Stefan took a few of us who wanted to see to the Sveta Sofia church, a ruin of a 9th-century basilica, and it's basically three walls and a horseshoe-shaped altar. It's surrounded by artists' stalls, souvenir shops, and restaurants.
Rosemary and I decided to find the supermarket and started walking to the New ...
... around the 4th century BC. The circlet was far too big for an ordinary head, so it's speculated that it was meant to sit atop a helmet that was found in the same tomb. The helmet has two small hooks on each side just above the ears, so archaeologists think the wreath attached to the hooks somehow.
After leaving mama, we drove two minutes to a park that contains a tomb of a 4th-century-BC Thracian ruler. The tomb is closed, but there is a ...
Welcome to Bulgaria. There was also a queue, kilometres long, of trucks waiting to go into Turkey. We couldn’t decide if they had had equipment problems or whether the volume exceeded processing capacity.
As advised in pre-reading we stopped at the first fuel station to purchase a vignette. As a PR exercise of first impressions this did not have a positive outcome. The place was tatty with lots of litter. They ...
... around and then... I slapped something. Definitely felt like a fish. A BIG fish. Manta ray was the first thing that came to my mind (don't laugh!). Without a hesitation, I started swimming back to the beach, freaking out a little. David was laughing his ass off at me- until he slapped the thing too.
I managed to calm down by then and we looked at the thing. It was so much worse then a fish. It was a freakin' huge, ...
... 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. ...