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... stops was another big Roman arena that was recently discovered under the main pedestrian shopping street. Part of one end is on display now. There were ideas about making the street all glass so you can see the arena underneath but it was going to be very expensive! Now another part of it has been discovered in the basement of a shop so they are going to use that to open up a tunnel where you can walk through and see it which will be cool when it opens. It was at this stop also that ...
... connected to a Roman forum excavation nearby. The mosaics were impressive and we also liked the well-lit and colourful collection of amulets and scent bottles made of Roman glass. It was just the thing to round off our Plovdiv visit!
After picking up my stuff from our hostel and saying goodbye, I took a taxi to the north bus station. The bus journey back to Veliko Tarnovo was uneventful, though we did stop for ten minutes at Shipka. The golden domes ...
... wintry-looking then, plus I didn't go as far as the fountains. This time all the trees were fully in leaf and the flowers had bloomed. The fountains turned out to look quite impressive, set within a massive pool which I was desperate to swim in. The sun was very hot and the water looked so inviting! No evidence of singing though...
After staying there a while we suddenly realised what the time was. Quick march back ...
Today we took Thomas the Tank Engine and slowly choo chooed across the beautiful countryside of Southern Bulgaria, past mountains, and green, green fields. We stopped briefly at the not so scenic Septembri to change trains to the fast train to Plovdiv, the second biggest city in Bulgaria. The scenery is a bit similar to the South Island of NZ; lots of snow capped mountains and sweeping valleys, albeit littered with half finished ...
... was where my hotel was and my next bus to Istanbul the next day. I was also scared the bus might not goto the station as had happened in Tetovo dropping people on a road
Luckily he pulled into the station around noon so I knew where to go from here. The first thing at the bus station was I found the ...