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... is the amphitheater, which they use for concerts. After we were let loose on our own, we had a nice break/lunch before doing more wandering around old town. Visited the local Armenian church and another old house that housed the local work of. Bulgarian artist. We finished off our afternoon with a gelato break! ...
... a few years. It once had over 300 monks...today it has only 8! Also during the communist period, many precious silver and gold items were taken to Russia.... never to be seen again. (The Russians have refused to return anything.) We took in an Orthodox service that evening. I got up early and watched the monk complete the call to prayer and watched part of the service. It was a whole different experience ...
... with your ex sex-symbol status. "I realize that my looks were my path into Hollywood, but I never really enjoyed the type of attention that accompanies the [sex-symbol] image," she said. Ironically, the brunette beauty said learning to be a mother made her more at ease with your ex sexy image. "I'm finally comfortable during my own skin," said Jessica, 33. "I can embrace the concept of as being a sexy and self-confident woman." While her lean, athletic ...
... you have to watch every step. Very breezy up there but great views across the town.
Then the the ethnology museum . It was very interesting, but required some effort to piece together the Bulgarian history it presented, especially as, once it got to the uprisings and independence, there was no longer an English translation so we had to look at the pictures and ...
... both were out of order. Until we withdrew money we weren't able to pay for a taxi, and given we couldn't find any atms nearby, we decided to bare the intense heat of the late afternoon and to make the two kilometre journey on foot.
The streets were slightly decrepit – graffiti was scrawled over most walls, footpaths were cracked, and a few residential windows were broken. But young, well-dressed women walked the street alongside mothers and fathers with ...