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... idea what the consequences are for non payment but I'm sure it's not good to get into arrears with any type of tax.
So what did we talk about?
Well Chris and Paula are going to try the 'no car' version of the holiday next year. They now feel relaxed enough when visiting the town to not go dashing about and often the car doesn't move for a day or two. So they have done some research and found there is a good, and very cheap bus service from Sofia ...
... was mega-simple though - walked in, didn't even need to log on to one of the for-public-use computers as the girl in charge set up hers quickly for me instead; three minutes, cost about 20 stotinki (8p)! On my way back I stopped at a fruit & vegetable market and bought Mum a bag of cherries.
First stop together was the Ethnographic Museum; I'd been there before, in March, but Mum hadn't. Our favourite exhibits were; the traditional musical ...
... century photographs of Plovdiv, plenty of antique furniture and the beautiful carved wooden ceilings typical of this period. In the courtyard we admired the roses - right now we are in the middle of the rose season in Bulgaria.
From there we walked down the road to the Roman stadium remains, popping into one or two antique shops on the way (one of these shops had lots of amazing old painted wooden chests - we ...
... an amazing garden to sit in and talk to people, and luckily for us, some newborn kittens living there. The first day we walked around and saw the city. The pedestrian area is quite nice, with lots of shops and cafes, and a square with a beautiful fountain in front of city hall. I went for a run down by the water, up to the artificial ...
I still needed food and didnt want to spend money. I found a kebab place where they serve it mixed with chips. It came in different sizes going up in increments of 1 Lev. I got the small for 2 Lev ($1.25) and wandered around the square waiting for the tour
The atmosphere was much more ...