- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... times. The day was extremely hot and sunny, however, so the shade was welcome.
The pedestrian part of the bridge was indeed pretty ricketty. It was tacked on to the side so closely to the train track that if a train had passed by while I was walking over, it would have gone within only a foot or two of me. The part I walked on was made of a succession of very thin metal sheets, each one a couple of feet square. Inbetween each one there was a small gap, allowing me to ...
Bozhentsi has very similar architecture to Tryavna, complete with slate roofs. We walked round the village for around 45 minutes before having some dinner - for me, tarator and some stewed rabbit with potatoes and vegetables. It was past 9 o'clock by the time we finished.
It had been hot and sunny most of the day, but about an hour after we got back to Veliko Tarnovo ...
Tryavna is famous for its woodcarving and icon-painting traditions and also for its National Revival buildings. There is a difference between the buildings in Tryavna and the ones in Plovdiv, Arbanasi, parts of Veliko Tarnovo and elsewhere, however; the roofs are tiled with slate rather than terra cotta. Not slate tiles as we know it, either, but big, hefty, uneven slabs of it.
The first place we went to was the Church of Archangel Michael, deliciously ...
... just about to start dropping - there are two trees within a few metres from my front door!
Last winter was very mild here, apparently, but when it's not mild there is usually loads of snow, with easily four feet falling in one night. Apparently the town and hills look magical in the snow; I can well believe it, considering how beautiful they look already.
I'm going out for some drinks tonight so I'd better go now and get ready!
... off, dog!” But it all became a bit scarier when we attempted to hail a cab; which we hoped would stop and take us to the entrance of our hostel. But once one arrived, Mr Buddy ran and jumped up at the driver's window, trying to bite his arm—which was enough to make the taxi ignore us. Mr Buddy then looked up as if to say: 'Don't worry guys, I've got your back.' Piece-of-****-dog.
Frustrated, we tried to enter our hostel from around the side alley. But as ...