Veliko Tarnovo Hotel Premier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... we got up that we realised the thought of pudding had not even crossed our minds! We were still too full to eat anything - we didn't have anything else until about 10pm - so until then we opened presents and relaxed. I had some presents for Dave waiting in the UK, plus the plan was for him to choose his main present from me tomorrow in Veliko Tarnovo before we left for Sofia, so the only thing I had for him to open was a ...
... nuts, jars of preserved peppers and tomatoes, bagged dried herbs, dried peppers, jars of honey and last of all, slabs of raw, white animal fat. Near the entrance to the market some women were selling bare branches of a certain type of tree, that I think I mentioned I saw sold in Sofia, along with branches of fir.
After stocking up on Christmas food at the supermarket below, we dumped the stuff at the flat and had a rest before going out again for lunch and some ...
Breakfast at Hostel Mostel was very good - Bulgarian yoghurt ('kiselo mlyako'), Bulgarian feta cheese ('cirene'), boiled eggs, olives, salad items, scrambled eggs, sliced apple, sliced kiwi fruit, waffles, jam, chocolate spread, cereal, milk, juice, tea and coffee. After filling ourselves up we had a game of pool on the free pool table, packed up our stuff and got them to order a taxi to the main bus station for us.
The time was now about 9.45 ...
... explored all avenues to find out what was going on. Couldn't contact Heather, who had sent the text. Went up to the hotel where we were staying, and for the first time on this trip, we were at a hotel where no one spoke English!! Using sign language and some charades we tried to indicate what we knew, and borrowed one of their phones to contact Andie, the tour leader, but only getting voice mail. Finally Peter's wife, Marg, turned up and explained.
One of ...
... was opened in 1981. It was conceived as a temple to communism, but abandoned after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe.
Even the site has been abandoned for more than two decades, it is still an very impressive architecture. I had no idea how the Bulgarian could build this giant building on top of a mountain and thought what a waste of money to do so.