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We left Veliko Turnovo on a public bus headed for the city of Sofia. Our bags were packed with a very nice wine that we have dubbed the "Angry Jesus" wine. We travelled through some beautiful country side, over a mountainous pass, and down the other side at such a breakneck speed that it made Ivan very nervous. Particularly due to a sheer cliff on …
... is the name of a TV tower in the area, which itself is named after the rock it stands on. The TV tower can been from anywhere in Sofia and is a landmark everyone knows. The tower itself is fenced off, but there is a hotel a stone's throw away with a huge terrace overlooking the city. This is probably the best vista point in Sofia you can get to by car. Last time I was here was in the winter of 2005 - it was bitterly cold then, and the views were great but dominated ...
... old we left the beautiful station for the delights of eastern Europe. Sometime in the night we were ushered off our bus and found ourselves In a deserted station in the middle of the freezing night. I had no idea where we were, and worse still there was no train in sight. How long we were staying here I could only guess. Only some of my fears were allayed though, when an ancient train pulled up at a snail's pace onto the crumbling station's platform. It looked like it had just ...
... in at once and just looked at us really confused with what they were hearing haha. OK I'm done with the coincidences now :-) Joe, Simon and I heard about a "bodies revealed" exhibition in the centre! Sounded really cool, so off we went! Well worth it! Really gory but really interesting. It explains all about the human body, the muscles, organs etc in real in depth models. As far as we could tell everything in there was real preserved human body parts. ...
... to Septemvri. But when I got to town, I found the day train to Beograd had been cancelled. The way the Bulgarian lady said the Serbians had cancelled it made me think there's some issues between the countries right how. Plus, once I did get to Beograd, I couldn't get the currency exchange lady in Beograd (Serbia) to take Bulgarian currency either! Obviously something strange was going on!
Anyway, I had a little time to ...