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... Pantokrator. It has very decorative blind arches and another chimney-ish dome, as well as a frieze of swastikas. These are always startling to see but they are symbols of good and light; Hitler perverted the symbol to one of evil and darkness. Christ Pantokrator is also used as an art gallery.
The Archaeological Museum near the town gates has a pretty good collection of Greek and Roman pottery — including some unbelievably well-preserved ...
... is also grown in the region, partly as a way to keep the distilleries open longer. Stefan admitted that French lavender is better, but Aveda buys both rose and lavender oil from Bulgaria. Chanel and Burberry also buy Bulgarian rose oil for their products.
The Japanese are enthusiastic about rose oil because in the 1980s, the Japanese Emperor visited and was introduced to rose oil and Bulgarian yogurt. He liked them both; ergo, the Japanese like ...
... the few towns we visited and stayed in, concrete abounds and most of the concrete is old, mouldy, grey and worn; and this was in the new housing developments. We tried to avert our eye from the older sections of town.
With that said (and out of our systems) some towns, like Shumen, had some fine pre-Communist era buildings to view, if you looked really hard.
Shumen is also the home ...
August 14 2015 Bulgaria
After 47 days in Turkey we feel we must move on so headed for Bulgaria. It seemed to take forever to get onto the ring road and we had one very tight spell. We had missed a crucial turning and ended up in a light industrial area– mainly related to motor industry. The problem was twofold. There was no space to make a U turn. The GPS directed us to turn left – we ended up in a maze of narrow streets at the bottom of ...
... too much time.
Bucharest is a nice city. Kinda creepy looking though. The buildings look old. Like, very old. Some of them obviously falling apart. However there is a lot of billboards and all kinds of advertisements pretty much everywhere you look. Imagine a tall building that looks like it can hardly be used for anything anymore. In the middle of the city. And a huge, new-looking can of Pepsi on top of it. A creepy ...