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Today was a short morning with our tour group. Before meeting with the group I wandered around town before things opened up. On our tour we went to the local museum to view the Greek and Roman artifacts found here. Then we visited two of the ...
... was discovered during WWII while they were digging for .....something!? Not too terrible exciting. We did have a chance to meet Stefan's mom at the museum- that was cute! Of course no English! Our last stop with our sack lunches was at a Russian Church - one of only two in Bulgaria. It was stunning! Then it was back on the bus for a four hour drive. Nesebar has a cute little old down out on an isthmus, which is where we are staying. We have a nice balcony and ...
... His badge says his name is 'George', but, in my book, he's definitely an Igor!
We decided to explore a bit further south and have a look at Sozopol. It's another ancient town, but not a World Heritage site like this one. Took about an hour to drive there - managed to resist the temptation to stop in Burgas this time - and arrived in one piece despite some of the dreadful driving we saw.
The old town was very pretty, with wooden cladding on the outside of ...
... one of the churches ( how did they make such good maps 800 years ago? And how come this tiny place - called Mesembria then - was so important?) and a bit of sleeping / reading on the beach. No sun loungers available yet, but lots of activity suggesting they will be soon. Maybe the season starts on June 1st.
Fab dinner tonight at the chickens' place. Very pretty sunset but no pics. And so to ...
... furnished like it would have been when it was built in the 19th century. There were also some examples of very intricately worked and engraved metal jewellery - my favourite was the large pendant with a face in it - coloured cloth from a village near Burgas and a facsimile of an old photo of female traditional folk-singers from the local region. Upstairs there was traditional female and male dress from various local villages; this included ...