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... about putting their apartment on the market, at a realistic price, to clear the arrears and to prevent the debt growing. if you think this could be an option for you please get in touch through the owners forum and this blog so we can help.
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... mummers' costumes, the large wooden attar of roses container which had been steeped in the stuff for so long in the past that it still smelled wonderfully of roses, and the huge, fluffy (sheepskin?), colourful rugs on one wall. Mum also particularly liked the embroidery as well.
From there we headed down the road to Hadji Aleko's House, via a souvenir shop where the owner's wife weaved mats and wall hangings on looms at the back of the shop (she ...
... 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 ...
... a mile long, wide and cobbled, another test for the suspension, 20mph max with that vibration. It was impossible to use the computer to find a new route whilst moving, luckily there was lots of traffic lights on red and so every so often I had about 30 seconds to get Doris to navigate us back on route.We were soon on the ring road and heading for Plovdiv. We passed a sign post for a place called Buxton! A quiet suburb named after ...
... I think the one had to do with a Russian general that played a role in Bulgarian independence, but I don't know for sure. There used to be 7 hills in Plovdiv, but during the communist years, one of them was destroyed for mining and now a mall sits where there used to be a hill. The view from the hill that we climbed was really nice.
Next we went out of the town to a small village called Bachkovo. There was an old ...