Veliko Tarnovo Hotel Premier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... those who were killed in the 1989 uprising - largely aged 18 to 25. We also passed by some gypsy mansions. Romanian gypsies have a bad reputation - particularly in London where they are known as thieves and homeless people living in parks. But apparently only make up 3% of the Romanian population. I have to admit that my impression of Romanian people was largely based on this small minority. After we left the built up areas, we were into nothing-ness. Just fields ...
... could see the entrance to the cave from the ticket booth, so F asked the man if we could possibly just step inside the cave and look round the main bit for ten minutes. This was not possible, however! Oh well.
To make up for that, we continued climbing up the mountain for a bit until we reached the top of the gorge. The view, needless to say, was amazing. There was a beech wood at the top. We carried on walking for five minutes until we reached the river again, ...
... I don't think this is a traditional Bulgarian thing - I think they got this style of coffee from either Greece or Turkey.
Opposite the café was Daskalov House, a National Revival house museum originally built for a silk and rose-oil merchant in 1808. A little museum of woodcarving on one wing included a reconstruction of a 19th-century woodworker's shop, some carved wooden statues of old Bulgarian Tsars and lots of intricately ...
... decadent and delicious! We saw the monument of mother Bulgaria, got close to the fake fortress but didn't venture in. Afterwards we went to gym for the first time and we weighed ourselves. Despite opinions to the contrary, Ivan swears to have lost 3 kilos, and unfortunately Vlad knows exactly where those 3 kilos have gone!! There were lots of shops, so there was some shopping to be done, especially by the girls. After, we ...
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