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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 …
... inside. There were stairs down to the caverns.
You had to pay 6 Lev ($4) entry. At first I walked around, there were just bricks and some tombs, and I thought was that it for 6 Lev.
As I was leaving the lady asked me if I saw the ...
... we wanted to try some Bulgarian cuisine and found a lovely traditional restaurant complete with live music not far from where we were staying. I ordered pork stuffed with peppers and cheese, Harriet was a little less fortunate with her choice after ordering a supposed pepper salad, but only 3 solitary peppers arrived on her plate.
After dinner we went looking for a place ...
... and educational experience.
We found out by taking the Free Sofia Walking Tour that Bulgaria has only been out of communism since the 1990’s. So, a lot of the older people in the country miss the old communism ways because things were better for the whole general public’s ...
After a short stopover in Belgrade, we filed a new flight plan with Tower and got going for the hop to Sofia, capital of Bulgaria.
Runway 12 was still duty runway, got our SID and we were set to go...we were given an intersection departure off the long, slippery runway, and away we went.
We climbed to F270 this time, but were only in the cruise for 14nm.....we had ATC (Tower, Deps ...
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