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This morning we took a stroll down the crafts street, where we were able to go into four shops and watch the artisans in action: a pottery shop, silversmith, wood carver, and pastry maker. (We also watched a coppersmith later on our own). It was interesting to watch them in action....particularly the silversmith. He used a lantern torch to fuse the silver. At one point he was blowing ...
... in advance, eating ice cream from a stall in the main street and having lunch and browsing the shops on the craftsmen's street. We had lunch on the balcony at Stratilat Café (an old favourite of mine), so we could look at the view while we were eating.
On our way back from the station we passed a gathering by one of the monuments off the main street. There were lots of bikes around, ...
... abilities were put in same group and kids were taken to a different group. We weren't too impressed with this so decided to spend rest of the week doing our own thing. We each knew what we had to work on, what needed improvement so we worked hard, doing mostly red slopes to perfect our parallel traversing. I think we all improved to a good standard. We ate out pretty well this week also, just like last year, the food quality was excellent and the prices great. As we ...
I wasn't quite sure how today would go, considering that it was Christmas morning last year when Dad lapsed into unconsciousness and never woke up. I thought of Dad even more than usual today, but having Dave with me helped massively whenever thoughts turned back to the horrible events on that fateful day a year ago.
The weather was very sunny and relatively warm, so in the morning we went on a long walk round ...
... to Bulgaria. A state copy of a treasure means that that an only copy was made directly from the objects in the original, using the exact same material as the original. So, if the original was 24-karat gold, so is the copy. Moreover, some of the vessels and rings bear the names of Bulgarian rulers Kubrat and Asparukh. The second treasure was named after the village of Malaya Pereshchepina in present-day Russia, where a shepherd boy literally stumbled over ...