Forest Nook 1 & 2
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... coffee for 20E....really cheap!). By 15.00 it had slowed to a drizzle and with seriously large golf umbrella in hand we walked out to see the Bulgarian Revivalist houses and museums. There are a lot of restored houses in the old town which are all small museums. We went in a few, plus the museum and discovered that they were really very up market houses for merchants and business men in the mid-19C. ...
... city of Philippoloplis has been built on top of but the Roman sites are being exposed as the city is developed and displayed in very imaginative ways, under glass pavements in the city streets, isolated from pedestrians by motorway underpasses but with viewing sections above. We have only done a small part so far but the pedestrian centre is very attractive with fountains and cafés and restored Roman sections ...
While we still had some skills from our Christmas lessons we wanted to return to the slopes and go it alone. Conditions weren't very god for our first 3 days but then it cooled down enough to make snow that would settle and then it finally started snowing. J ...
... hours of laying on airport floors, we were boarded, only to be told the door wouldn't close and engineer was required to fix problem before take off! Another half hour later and eventually we were on our way to Sofia! As we were so late arriving we had missed the last bus to Pamporovo ski resort which is 4 hrs from Sofia so we had no choice but to find a hostel for the night, get our head down and catch first bus the next morning! Up early we rose and ...
... awesome). First day we were back on our learner slope from 2012 so Nik could see what stages we were all at. Then we were off. Our lessons were only for 2 hours each morning, but Nik insisted on coming with us to see how we went each afternoon when we wanted to do a run down a new slope. He was always offering lessons and helping out his class after hours and even offering words of help to other classes if members joined us on our arvo runs and to Simon who wasn't ...