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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 …
... 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 ...
... in this city appears to be planned and it is very clean and inviting. Tomorrow we head to Istanbul to board our ship for the cruise round the Black Sea. Wifi is expensive on board so this will probably be the last blog. Don't forget to go previous at the bottom of the page in case you missed one of our exciting adventures. ...
... 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 ...
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