Belvedere Holiday Club
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... little gifts too: a vial of rose oil in a little painted wooden bottle, and a most welcome bottle of (actually cold!) water.
We had learned enough Bulgarian on the bus to ask the children their names. I met Raya and another girl whose name escapes me but it was something like Salome or Selina (only in Bulgarian). I told them they were super, which if you make it sound like "soo-pair" turns out to be a universal word. One of the little boys marched up with his ...
... the ruins of Tsaravets Fortress. There were originally over 400 houses, churhces monasteries and shops but was pretty much destroyed by the Turks in 1398. After a brief visit we found an overnight park beside a roadside restaurant.
The town of Koprivshtitsa was really interesting. It had several old homes open for viewing. Some weren't open because they were closed on Mondays, but we were able to see inside 3 of ...
... the 10th Century. He developed healing powers and in time others joined him and together they built a small monastery and church. In the 18th centaury After the monastery buildings had been destroyed by fire a number of times it was decided to rebuild the monastery out of stone. It is an impressive building and you are able to stay here, bit like a hotel complex, The monastery is of hug national pride ...
Today we visited a gorgeous, serene monastery in the lush mountains of Bulgaria. It was so nice to be in nature after spending an entire month just in cities. In addition to the great landscape surrounding the monastery, the architecture and decor of the structures was ...
... church, and enjoyed the nearby gardens as we waited. The church is so small that they only allow groups of up to 8 people in at a time, and only for 15 minutes, according to the sign. In reality, the guy at the door let in slightly larger groups and allowed people to take as much or as little time as they wanted.
We looked at the painted walls for a while, and the the guide showed up. He explained that the under layer of paining visible was the original ...