Casablanca Apart Hotel
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... shade and waterfalls. I've never been anywhere quite like it.
Maybe it's just us, but here in Bulgaria, we never seem to get the info we need at the start. We kind of gather it as we go along, and by the time we've finished, we know all about it. That sounds OK, but we'd enjoy it much more if we knew what we were looking at from the start.
So, it turned out that the gardens surround of the palace complex, and many parts designed by Maria herself. She was a ...
... the ancient history of a region. Apparently, there are 100,000 artefacts, and you could easily spend a day there. The 5000 year old gold jewellery and the recreation of tombs from the necropolis were stunning. Again in a place where there only seemed to be about 3 other people (including a man with very squeaky sandals that kept making me laugh).
The necropolis section is the one most highly rated in the guide ...
... books for a couple of hours. There are all sorts of things going on in the gardens too, and the Bulgarians seem to dress up and walk about with their children in the late afternoon. Really nice and a different aspect of the country for us.
Managed to return the bikes unscathed. The are soooo comfortable and easy to ride. I felt like one of the people we saw in Copenhagen - they looked as though they were just gliding along in their ...
Ringing the changes for breakfast - Jerry had the continental (all kinds of cheese and meat and a particularly odd looking sausage) and I had the French (bit of a shock when you're expecting a croissant and it's full of chocolate, but managed to struggle through more than I should).
And I realised who the restaurant guy is - he's the creepy man you'd expect to open the front door if you visited Dracula's castle! I haven't seen him smile at all, but now suspect it's to ...
... From there we walked on to Sveti Georgi church; today is the Bulgarian St George's Day, a big deal in Bulgaria, so I thought there might be something special going on there in celebration. It was lunchtime, however, and I noticed a sign saying that it didn't re-open until 2pm, so we went off to search out some lunch instead.
Lunch was had at an Italian restaurant. The pizza was simple but absolutely fantastic - mine was definitely one of the best ...