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... two parks I hadn't been to before (Tsar Simeon's Garden and Dondukova Gradina Park) and I sat down to rest in the pedestrian square with the Roman stadium remains and Dzhumaya Mosque. 'Spring' from 'The Four Seasons' was playing out of a loudspeaker by the stadium.
Eventually I went back to the hostel to pack up and check out. I walked to the North bus station, a journey which took over half an hour. When I arrived, the ticket ...
... by several people, and I arranged a small buffet of savoury things to have as well. I made my own version of the sliced tomato, mozzarella and pesto salad that Kate had at Tempo Pizza on our birthday weekend. I also had very thin and long dried sausage that curves into loops, three different types of Pringles-type crisps, Greek-style tzaziki, ...
... 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 ...
... Scythian coins and one of archaeological items from Ancient Greece and Rome. Highlights were the Roman glass cornucopia, a decree (written at Serdica - Roman Sofia - on 10th June, 311 AD) from Emperor Licinius regarding the privileges of soldiers and veterans, a Ancient Greek pot and some objects made from beaten gold such as jewellery, shield centres and an axe. There was also an exhibition of modern icons and some other paintings ...
... famous landmark is the South-Eastern tower, named Baldwin's Tower after Latin Emperor Baldwin I of Contantinople, who died here as a prisoner of Khan Kaloyan of Bulgaria. The tower and the cathedral are both reconstructions of the originals, and the cathedral was painted inside in 1985 with murals depicting conventional Christian subjects as well as glorious and tragic moments from the Second Bulgarian Empire.
Our next stop was Forty ...