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We finally got to see the “Peoples
Parliament” . 11 stories high above
ground and 6 below, most rooms with vaulted ceilings and 1,000 sq. metres in
size. Built in around four years by army
engineers and soldiers, drafted tradesmen (volunteers), materials donated by
the people. All at a time when he
decided to pay off the countries debt so as to ...
... to see Highly productive gardens in the yards of these little homes. Then, speaking to one of the guides, I found that the people are so poor that they have to grow their own vegetables and raise chickens so they can eat. After this bleak day's drive I didn't expect much from Plovdiv. I can tell you I was pleasantly surprised. This town has a very rich history and they have managed to preserve it in a most interesting way. Parts of a Roman hippodrome have ...
... accommodations. Junko added that blogman had written that a lot of it was over cobblestones, making the up hills even more difficult and down hills not enjoyable either. Even he pushed his bike a fair bit.
I just couldn't see Dave going by himself and told Junko and Hiro that they should go ahead with their train and bus plan and I would ride with Dave.
Dave explained every section of the way to us and thinks we can do ...
... comfortable. A few km out of town a guy from Switzerland with his 12 year old son stopped to talk with us. Every year since his son was 9, they cycle a piece of the Donau. They'll make it to the Black Sea this time. What a bonding experience.
About 10 km from our destination, we stopped at small bar where we hoped to find something to supplement our lunch. Some guys were having a beer on plastic table and chairs ...
... told that Bulgaria is receiving money from the European Union. They seem a bit better off compared to what we saw in Romania. The houses seem to be in better repair and cared for, less trash around. Its been 24 years without communism but still a long road for the people.
Back on the ship and a local folk group came onboard to entertain, musicians (flute, drum, bagpipe(?), string thing...) and dancers, two women and two men. ...