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... things which I really enjoy. As you may have guessed, museums don't figure amongst those things.
That was my approach today. Having seen the tourist sites yesterday, today I looked up a fun activity to do. I ended up going to an indoor rock climbing place. Given my lack of upper body strength, and my even greater lack of grip strength, I proved that I have no latent talent for rock climbing. But it was a fun way to spend the afternoon, after I eventually located ...
... and put Ludogorets into the Champion League finals! A Romanian sent home the Romanians! This fighting spirit of our team was evident against Liverpool, too. Completely unintimidated by the big guys, Ludogorets almost took the lead with a shot that hit the post in the second half. Liverpool only found the net with 8 minutes to go, but Ludogorets kept pressing. In the 90th minute, yet again, they scored a goal!!! It was 1-1!!! My dad and I screamed our hearts out when ...
... out that they are not open until noon. There was no one even there to take my bags for the day. It was just a locked door. Useless. Luckily the Dutch ladies were nice enough to let me leave my bags in their hotel for the day while we went out sightseeing.
Their hotel was right around the corner from my new hostel so I met up with them, dropped off my bags and we headed out. I ...
... lots of old costumes and traditional stuff
Finally I went to Slavikov Square near the Opera House. It was nice with a tram line running down the pedestrian street and booksellers.
There was a fruit market as you follow the tram line down as well as a park. In the park was a big orthodox church again not on my map
... settled by the Thracians because it was a major crossroads in trade routes between Western Europe and Constantinople. Hence its hard knocks from Romans, Bulgars, Byzantines, Turks, Germans, Russians -- even the Hapsburgs took a shot at it, but were repulsed. *A red communist star used to top the Stalinesque party headquarters, but was lifted off by helicopter when the communist government gave up its monopoly in 1990, and ended up in a dump behind the public baths. Years ...