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... His badge says his name is 'George', but, in my book, he's definitely an Igor!
We decided to explore a bit further south and have a look at Sozopol. It's another ancient town, but not a World Heritage site like this one. Took about an hour to drive there - managed to resist the temptation to stop in Burgas this time - and arrived in one piece despite some of the dreadful driving we saw.
The old town was very pretty, with wooden cladding on the outside of ...
... Jerry tried the cold soup (torrator????) like runny tzatziki in a glass to be drunk through a straw. How odd - it tasted fine, and I honestly think that if I ate it with a spoon, I'd like it. But couldn't get past drinking garlic through a straw. I guess I'm not ready for Heston yet!
Back to old town for more mooching around cobbled streets, a fascinating look at an exhibition of old ...
... 100% to the noise level. The only other noise I can think will be a problem (apart from Mariah Carey's Christmas warbling) is the seagulls - who have already left their mark all over our poor old car.
Had ad a lovely meal in a restaurant shaded by massive fig trees overlooking the sea. Very scenic, but a bit chilly so we were glad of the fleecy blankets provided. Delicious sea bass for me, mussels for Jerry, so an all round success.
... which had been placed in front of a big icon of St George. The other icons didn't have them.
Next to the church of Sveti Georgi were the remains of another church. Not much left now though apart from a few arches and wall foundations.
The beach was our next destination. It was very pleasant, with a great view of the Old Town of Sozopol on the headland on our left. Like in Varna, the sea was very clear but also very cold! Dave swam but I ...
Our bus to Burgas didn't leave until 15.00, so we had all morning and early afternoon to explore Varna further. Our destinations were the Roman thermae (public baths) and the Archaeological Museum.
After breakfast we checked out and put our rucksacks in the hostel's luggage storage before heading out to the thermae. These ruins are expansive and well preserved; enough of the walls survive for the layout of the different rooms to be seen clearly - the changing ...