- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... very patient.
BBQ food, tables under the trees and beer - but not for us. Being with the village VIPs, we were invited to lunch with the mayor's party. Not a posh affair, but nice food (Bulgarian portions which meant there was no hope of eating it all) and lovely people we could communicate with thanks to Pam's Bulgarian. Also rakia - apparently very good quality but ...
Kate and Andrew went on a wonderful day trip today to the rock church of Ivanovo, the rock monastery of Basarbovo, Cherven medieval fortress, Nicopolis ad Istrum and Preobrazhenski Monastery, but I was at work all day and didn't get back until late. I had been to all of them except for the latter before, I suppose!
After we arrived back from Arbanasi yesterday I had to go back to work for 3pm, but Kate and Andrew went ...
... Bulgarian flattened meatballs. Our walk back to VT was pleasant, surrounded by lush grass, bushes and trees and accompanied by the sound of a stream flowing next to us. At one point I pointed out the willow tree from which I'd seen old ladies cutting branches for use in celebrations on Palm Sunday the next day. As we drew nearer to VT we could see Tsarevets fortress in the distance, then the town itself.
... br> It was dark once we arrived in VT, but it wasn't that late, only about 18.30. There was still loads of snow around. I showed her the flat and she rested for a bit while I nipped to the shop to get one or two things. Once I got back we went out to a restaurant down the road for some dinner. This place, Malkia Inter, is rather eccentrically decorated with a fish tank, icons, several types of musical instrument, souvenirs from ...
... fired by the military. After a really enjoyable nine days in Romania, we headed by train to Ruse, just across the Danube in Bulgaria. Only spent the night in Ruse as Veliko Tarnovo was our destination, a few hours further south. We were once again confronted with the cryllic alphabet, which was challenging as always.
Veliko Tarnovo means great city of kings and is a medieval town and former capital, perched over ...