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... we got up that we realised the thought of pudding had not even crossed our minds! We were still too full to eat anything - we didn't have anything else until about 10pm - so until then we opened presents and relaxed. I had some presents for Dave waiting in the UK, plus the plan was for him to choose his main present from me tomorrow in Veliko Tarnovo before we left for Sofia, so the only thing I had for him to open was a ...
... couple of craftsman's and tourist souvenir shops after that, but didn't buy anything. We knew we'd be back either the next day or on Boxing Day. It was a lovely sunny day, like yesterday, so it was very pleasant just walking around. As the sun got lower and lower, the light looked more and more golden.
We didn't do much in the evening apart from have pizza for dinner (with added mozzarella), play cards and have some clementines before getting an early night.
... we wandered over to a food counter and had a very leisurely lunch of pizza and (in my case) créme caramel. Then we went down to wait by the bus until the doors opened and we could get on.
The journey was uneventful, though we did see a beautiful sunset. It was completely dark when we arrived in VT. We stopped for a few photos on the way to my flat so we didn't get in until just past 6pm. Dave started unpacking and sampled one of the bottles ...
... giving us an almost impossible parking space in their
Explored the old city and Fortress/Castle of Veliko Tarnovo (more
pics) often referred to as the "City of the Tsars" .
... steps, it seemed that they probably WERE intending to hurt us (although I argue that they probably didn't want to take on a group of five humans), so we hurried into a gate for a swanky-looking hotel, blocking Mr Buddy from entering. Then I closed the gate and shrugged at Mr Buddy.
We all huddled around the entrance in a mild panic, taking out the hostel's pamphlet so we could call them. Then a Bulgarian man noticed us, came out from behind reception and asked if we were ...