Grand Hotel Shumen
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... little town! Then it was on to Veliko Tarnova, which is perched high on the cliffs. Had an amazing four course meal (stuffed peppers), followed by some dancing. Right up mom's alley!!! Found lots of kitties when I was out exploring. Tomorrow is our tour of the town. It's known for it's craftsmen, and has a whole street devoted to them. That should be ...
... to double up wıth hıs gloves. We cycled at Jessıs and Gs pace, thıs was a huge change for Trev and I. Goıng slow, chattıng away and stoppıng oftenç It was a nıce change from my usual dıctate of smashıng out the mıles. I ımagen Trev was lovıng even more than I.
The scenery was lovely, autumn colours just touchıng the leaves ...
... and plenty strolling and chatting going on as the sun and temperature go down. Lovely.
People far less open and more reserved than Romanians. The only people waving and shouting encouragement on the climbs are the construction workers (Bulgaria seem to be doing up all their main roads), and many of these look like they may actually be Turkish. Bulgarians seem inclined to ignore me. Everyone very polite and smiley when I interact with ...
... they were gypsies but I'm not sure. Either way, it was apparent we did NOT belong. We just got the essentials at the grocery store: water, bread, and a towel with a cat on it for obvious reasons. Highlight of our evening- buying Bulgarian beer for one Euro and finding wifi. The beer was so good! Feeling tipsy after one beer? Not so good and completely insane. After about two hours we remembered we didn't eat anything all afternoon or evening. We went to a little restaurant where no ...
... person. His name was Sholpon (or Silpan, or it could even have been Sampson). Anyway, he was a really lovely waiter who even wrote out our breakfast order so that the language barrier would not stump us with the non-english speaking morning staff. He said he really liked his English teacher when he was at school and that is why his English was so good, maybe one day one of my students will like me. He talked about how he lives with his Mum and that ...