Travel Blogs from Dupnitsa
... roam freely throughout the key sights.
Once you have walked through the sights, there doesn't see to be a huge amount of other things to do other than shopping and the ladies market. We eventually located the latter but this seemed dominated by fruit and veg so instead settled for people watching in one of the cafes along Protska, which is the only ...
... before disappearing. The show was over, and to be rather blunt, it had been a bit of a let down. "Was that it?" said Angela. "I thought it would be better than that."
With time not on our hands, we had a quick wander around some of the other sights Prague had to offer, both agreeing that the city was a remarkably pretty town. We flagged down a taxi and headed back to the airport.
-The cheapness of everything – clothes, drinks, food!
Quick posting - the link below is a video of a CBC news broadcast - they interviewed Doc in the Street Culture Studio a couple of days before we left Canada.
There's movement afoot!
Kim & for Doc
http://www.cbc.ca/video/player.html?cat egory=News&zone=canada&site=cbc .news.ca&clipid=1553333838
It snowed all the way from Plovdiv to Sofia, lovely, snow makes even the most poverty stricken countryside look like a wonderland, as I discovered crossing Russia, and Sofia was lovely dressed in white, even though her skirts were a little grubby and tattered. Arrived at 4.30, sunset, and as there was no question of dragging a wheelie bag through 8cms of snow to the hostel, even if I did know where I was going, it was into taxi battle. He only ripped me off for about ...
The Monastery of Saint John of Rila, better known as the Rila Monastery (Bulgarian: Рилски манастир, Rilski manastir) is the largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. It is situated in the northwestern Rila Mountains, 117 km south of the capital Sofia in the deep valley of the Rilska River at an elevation of 1,147 m above sea level. Founded in the 10th century, ...