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... the old town where we relaxed with a couple of beers and typically heavy Romanian cuisine. It all sounds like a pleasant day, except it was excruciatingly hot and we were nearly unable to move at the end of the day.
After checking out the next morning, Kevin and I asked Marius if we could leave our bags at reception.
“No,” he said, bluntly.
“Oh,” I replied, sensing another Romanian refusal of service.
“I'm joking!” ...
... wonderful trivia and old photos to make the city come alive. What impressed me most was his enthusiasm for his city. By the end of the tour we made fast friends with Pete (Birmingham, England) who quit his job and is traveling the world with plans to end up in Australia, Charlotte and Earl (Vancouver) who quit their jobs and are five months into an 8th month tour of the world, Dagmar (Brussels) who is boondoggling (some people have all the luck); and Michael (aka "Beano") who is ...
... done, I found myself staring up at the most ridiculous building I've ever seen - it took me ten minutes just to walk from one corner to the entrance (perhaps halfway down the side), and I am a fast walker. Apparently the former dictator of Romania had it built for himself to work, sleep, and eat in, centralizing most of the government into a single building in the process to gain as much visibility and power as possible. The interior is only 60-70% finished, as he and his wife ...
... but I think that’s what I'll be doing tonight.
We are spending 4 days in Romania, with an en route highlight 'A Visit To Dracula’s Castle' which is sited in Bran. The roads we are travelling along fall well short of what you would expect back home, given the volume and weight of the traffic and the odd horse and cart using them. If you have ever driven from Melmerby to Alston over Hartside in Cumbria, the A686 is typical of the roads we have ...
... by the roadside and 3 snow ploughs waiting for the next snowfall.
Plovdiv is a fairly ancient city, it was originally founded by Philip 2nd in the 4th cent BC. Since then the Romans, Byzantines and Ottoman Turks have all occupied it and left their mark upon it. However, it is the Ottoman Turks whose most recent occupation has left the largest legacy.
The old city is confined to quite a small area leading back north from a high south facing ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking