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... at all. The Texan replied, "I'll give you a few billion reasons why. My government supports you and sends you money, so I'll take whatever I please!" [Horrified reactions from us at the table.] And he turned around and nearly fell over some suitcases that had been set down in the aisle by some Frenchmen. "Move those!" he told the French. They didn't understand (or pretended not to), so Texas took his walking stick and prodded the cases like cattle till they were out of his way. As he ...
... Not that it's seedy, mind, it's just clear that it used to be a glamorous hotel and now isn't. My room is very big and has a delightful view of the parking lot, where there were some military police milling about when we first arrived.
At 7:40 we walked to dinner at a traditional Bulgarian restaurant. I sat with Mark, Marcella, Lora and our driver, Kyril. Poor Kyril speaks only a few words of English, so he must have been bored to death. Though he did ...
... rose field we headed into the town centre to visit the famous Thracian tomb. This we were unable to do; it was locked up and apparently only archaeologists and other official people are allowed in. We did however visit the full-scale replica round the corner. This is absolutely tiny, but the frescoes are fantastically well done. You would never guess that they are replicas if you didn't know otherwise.
It was another hour and a half before we arrived in ...
... we saw the toddlers and gave them some of the bananas we brought. Then Dr. Panova showed us the daycare center where Bulgarians can bring their children with special needs (i.e. one girl was deaf, another had cystic fibrosis etc.) for the day. The orphanage looked great...so many improvements. Next we saw the room with the babies. Dr. Panova said there are about 72 kids at Buzovgrad right ...
The area around Kazanlak is known for two things: roses (they apparently produce 60% of the world production of rose essence here) and Thracian tombs.
As we were to early for the roses, we concentrated On the Thracian graves. As it sometimes goes in Bulgaria, you have to search a bit before you find what is UNESCO-World-Heritage, but then you get something beautiful.
From the outside it looks like a hill (it is ...