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Travel Blogs from Sveti Vlas
... communist revolution of 1923 with the occupation by the Red Army at the end of the Second World War. The monument is still standing and maintained and still draws crowds of visitors.
After the three day walk we spent a day or two in Koprivshtitsa, another mountain resort, famous because it is very difficult to pronounce. Many of the houses are restored as museums. Down in the valley is the town of Hisar ...
I'll let you read about it yourself..
Did this a couple of years ago on a road trip with my friend Pat, it was falling down then.....3 years later a bit more of it has fallen down!
Entry was a tad more difficult this year, the hole was a bit higher.....
Weather has been great, roads as good as they get in this part of the world. ...
... up for that. We wandered around the fantastic fortress in the punishing heat and by the river before returning tired but exhilarated. What a stunning city. I hope it wins European Capital of Culture for 2019.
And then to end a brilliant day, Nikki (the campsite owner) drove Victoria and I to a nearby swimming pool. I cannot tell you how refreshing that was. I am so happy to report tonight I am tired but the right kind of ...
... covered in sunflower plants. What a fantastic sight they are. They remind me of Castilla back in the 80’s.
We briefly skirted by Veliko Tarnovo before arriving at the lovely campsite which was nestled into the hills just outside.
I got the tent up in the wind before getting some washing done. It is amazing how many things need doing. There was plenty of time to relax in the afternoon Bulgarian sunshine ...
... My decision to visit Bulgaria was because of our second eldest daughter's name Sophia – The Capital of Bulgaria is Sofia! So logically we should go there – right?
- Full name: Republic of Bulgaria
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed