Grand Hotel Murgavets
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... else has dates fixed or in mind you can add a comment to the blog to update everyone.
I have also heard from the owner of the snack bar to say she has sold it so it will be interesting to see what happens there!
As you will know Vlad has been having internet problems but hopefully that is sorted out and he is back on line now.
I think we can expect the management fees to be requested shortly ...
... cloth on it, and next to a window some coins lay scattered in front of an icon.
Rising above the church is a hill with fortress foundations clearly on show. A Bulgarian flag flew from the top. It was still very sunny and needless to say, the views I got from the top were amazing. Luben pointed out to me two tiny little churches on the mountainsides opposite and told me there are many more in the local area. ...
... leave. There was a smaller church as well, but unfortunately it wasn't open.
The old refectory was closed too, but running round its outside wall was a famous and very well-preserved mural of the history of the monastery, painted in 1846, it shows in colourful detail a panorama of the monastery grounds.
I would have loved more time here but I knew we had to move on to Asenovgrad Fortress.
... for the day, Danny, who was quite good but unfortunately the others in our group were a lot slower than ourselves. Danny suggested moving us to a more advanced ski group and thought we had been skiing at least 4 or 5 years. He was very surprised to hear it was only our 2nd ski trip. How good are we lol the next day we were with a different group, perhaps a way more advanced group than we were ready for as some of these guys could do back flips while skiing lol anyway ...
... decoration of flowers and peacocks, and some have the owners initials and date when they were built. The rain had stopped as we walked to the new town, is quiet today, it must be the weather, but on a nice day it looks to have a thriving centre and a popular cafe culture.
Back at Dream Catcher we check the weather, if tomorrow's fine we are heading for the mountains, bad we are going further south.
We choose the mountains and set off following ...