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... in action when we went, but there were half-made things on them and the owner told us his wife made them). Hadji Aleko's House is a National Revival building now used as an art gallery. Downstairs was filled with contemporary paintings for sale, whilst upstairs had a permanent exhibition. My favourite contemporary painting was of a colourful Firebird. Lots of original antique furniture as well, especially upstairs.
Once we had looked round the ...
At lunchtime we were due to catch the bus to Veliko Tarnovo, but we managed to fit quite a lot into the morning.
The first place we went was another gorgeous National Revival house (the Old Town is full of them). Balabanov House was originally built at the beginning of the 19th century, but was rebuilt later that century. Nowadays it is used as a cultural centre; we saw contemporary art, three interesting ...
... the bus from VT; great weather, wonderful scenery... lots of poppies in bloom now, by the roadside and in fields. I arrived at a different bus station to the one I was expecting, but I'd cunningly brought the free city map I'd saved from March, so I found my way to the hostel easily enough. I arrived only five minutes after my ETA of 18.30. We're staying at the same place I stayed at in March - a hostel/hotel in a wonderful wooden ...
... and saw an unearthed Roman outdoor theatre and stadium. Walked up to a soldier statue on one of the seven hills of Plovdiv on a nice sunny morning and spent the morning reading up at the top. Caught an 11am bus out of there on Sunday morning to ...
... the sultan hostel, the same hostel I stayed in when I first came to Istanbul. Felt like I was just here! For some reason our rooms were all muddled so some of us ended up sharing rooms with ransoms which was a but weird but they were nice enough. We chucked our bags down n met for an orientation walk of Istanbul. We walked past the blue mosque, a very impressive building, the Ayer Sophia ( an old church that is ...