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Hi all, I'm so sorry that I didn't email earlier. I'm new to blogging, and for some reason thought that I could get internet service on the train. No luck. Well, this tip has been quite an adventure and an education so far. I just loved Sofia. Deb & I decided to take the overnight train to Belgrade Serbia for the next leg of our journey. So we took the metro 1 stop to the train station to buy couchette tickets. Then we ...
... fishing platform built out over the lake. We park Dream Catcher on a flattish spot not far from one of the 'summer houses' housekeeping does the washing . The sun is shinning and has been most of the day, we should have dry washing in no time. We sit out and have a glass of beer, we can see an occasional large fish jumping out of the water, there are a lot of flies buzzing around and we find them annoying. I unpack the tibetan door curtains s hang it up to keep stop them ...
The church St. Peter in Berende village is one of oldest preserved church in Bulgaria. Building and frescoes are from XIII or XIV century... To see something original old is unique. Church is declared a monument of culture, but every day is collapsing and the status getting worse. So soon will be gone.
Church is near to Nishava river, 1,2 km. west from village. You need to get key from owner and seller in the only shop / pub in the ...
... which is physically reflected by the presence of a mosque, synagogue, orthodox church and catholic church all within a stones throw from each other (the square of tolerance).
Along with the communal bath house which is fed by natural springs, we were also fascinated by the St Georgi rotunda church which is the oldest architectural monument in Sofia and dates from the 4th century AD during the late Roman Empire. In front of it are the remains of the Roman Baths. ...
... tastes of a traditional English Pub
4. Traditional English Sunday Dinner
5. British Trivia
a. Do you know the Queen middle names?
Alan and Elaine are two of the most intelligent and generous people we know.
We took the SLOOOOOWWW bus from Canvey Island via London to Dover for the ferry to France. We started the morning at 5:30 (which is now very difficult for Mr. 4:48 ...