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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 …
What a cool place! Our hostel was in the old town, close to the top of one of the 7 hills of Plovdiv. We stayed at Old Plovdiv Hostel which was probably the best hostel I've ever been. They had a whiteboard saying hi to us when we came in, and there are no bunk beds there! The building is all old style wood and the beds were so comfortable. ...
Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria and is much nicer than Sofia. The drive here was across the plains where they grow rice, sunflowers and other crops. There are many Roman ruins under city and some have been excavated. The ancient Roman Theatre with its decorative columns was impressive as was the Roman ...
... overnight for 3 Euro,s and it has overnight security, it will do even if it's a little noisy from the passing traffic, it also has free wifi. After tea we spend the evening blogging etc. We have lost an hour of our lives today 9.00 pm has become 10.00 pm, so time for bed early. Question for Polly: do you think anyone has ever worked out how many hours you loose in a life time travelling, or do you think we get them back when we return? LOL ...
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