Guesthouse Veliko Tarnovo
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... 34 years. I purchased some items from her.
A short bus ride brought us to the other side of the valley from Veliko Turnovo, to the village of Arbanassi. Our focus was a visit to a Christian Orthodox church from the 1700s. The building was made to look different than a church; the dome was small, and made within the two story structure. Frescoes decorated all the walls, and they have been restored to their original colors. Our guide pointed out ...
... Balkan state however, then it's well worth considering a trip to its second city, Plodiv.
In many ways, Plodiv is a city and region with as much to offer visitors at the capital. It's a bustling university town with some astonishing historic and architectural attractions, but it's also a more relaxed place in general. In the city's Old ...
... to keep the other cabs in sight and make sure we were heading in the right direction and not being kidnapped by our overzealous cabbie. No sign of the other cabs when we pulled up to our hotel. We had no Bulgarian money to pay him so we told him to wait for Andie to appear with the money.
We waited and waited, still no one showed up. Next thing the cab driver is on the phone and talking urgently. He indicates that we should stay put and got in his cab ...
... had another ~1500 meter climb to our hotel which borders a colorful town square. It's a beautiful evening and we've just returned from a unique dinner of stuffed grilled whole squid - very yummy. Tomorrow is a rest day. We have only 1 week left and only 6 riding days left. I have very mixed emotions and plan to take it one day at a time, fully enjoying the days to come. So tomorrow we explore on foot..... ...
... same time. Horrible. The night was terrible; an all out attack on my senses. If somebody would have made me eat a sloppy joe while looking at a picture of Guy Fieri, my body would have shutdown. Nobody could survive that. Luckily, we made it through the night and enjoyed the rest of our stay in Veliko Turnovo. Also in unrelated, but equally terrifying news: I almost accidentally peed on a homeless dog. It had made a nest on the side of a ...