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We got into Plovdiv about midday, had lunch at a little outdoor beer garden which was conveniently just opposite our hotel, then went off on a walking tour. Even as we walked around for the first 5 minutes we realised that Plovdiv had the best talent of all Bulgaria. Ivan reckons he realised it on the bus trip in when he saw a couple of stunners …
... hope Vlad has more luck than in previous years in collecting all the fees due.
Looking forward to going over again and maybe even meeting up with some of you. ( Paula i see we over lap by a few days so look forward to meeting up at last. You are there first so that means you have to get the wine on Ice, )
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... I went down into the Roman stadium remains (I'd looked at them from the street before, but not actually been down and got close up).
Back at the hostel I chilled for the rest of the evening. Two German girls from Berlin moved into the 4-bed dorm, in Plovdiv only for one night on a stop between Sofia and Istanbul. I had a kashkavalka for dinner and read more of my 'Personal Narrative of a Journey to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent' Alexander Humboldt book. ...
After we left the monastery we retraced our steps and stopped at Asenovgrad Fortress, which perches dramatically in the mountains about 2km from the town. The only wholly preserved building in the fortress complex is a tiny church which nevertheless has two floors. It has fragments of murals on the walls. It looked like a working church, not just a museum one; there were chairs in rows, a wooden stand with bibles and ...
... and still working. There is a wooden stage, not original, and they do on occasion host concerts here!
Andie has such a great style: "You should check out this church, it's quite different" and seeing the best church we've ever seen. "There's a nice old ruin once you get there" and you come across a genuine, intact and in use Roman amphitheatre. She is very laid back and witty. We've been threatening her we will ...