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... hose of some sort. Really interesting! We walked around town a bit looking at murals and a few buildings done by a famous architect. Then we walked up to the fortress, although we chose not to walk around it too much. Not that exciting. After a nice lunch and WC stop, we went back to the crafts street for some serious SHOPPING! Mom bought a silver bracelet, and I found some nice earrings ...
... peak into the windows at some amazing craftsmanship. I pass an open shop where they are making kukeri costumes for a pagan festival to ward off the evils of winter held in the early spring. People dress up in the costumes and dance around. Quite frankly they remind a bit of Ewoks.
I soon stumble upon the old market or at least what used to be of it. Now occupied by the courtyard of a closed restaurant, I quickly move on in search of a meal. I have decided to ...
After our long wait in Varna, we didn't get back to Veliko Tarnovo until 9 pm last night, so before we went to bed and conked out we didn't do anything apart from have a hot drink with F and R.
Our bus to Sofia didn't leave until 15.00, so this morning and early afternoon was spent packing, editing photos, walking along Gurko Street in the sunshine to the ETAP bus station to buy our ...
On Christmas Eve morning Dave and I walked to the fruit & vegetable market and the supermarket below it. The stalls had a heavy emphasis on what is in season - they were filled with squashes, swedes, beets, onions, potatoes, cabbages, nuts and apples - but they also had some presumably imported oranges, mandarins and other fruits. I looked for brussel sprouts without any luck. There were also some stalls filled with loose dried fruits, such as apricots and figs, as well ...
... National Revival - the national integration of the Bulgarian people under Ottoman rule that eventually resulted in our liberation from the Turks in 1878. The buildings had become property of the state under communist rule, but they were returned to their rightful owners in the 1990s. Many of them had been restored to their previous glory and are now quaint little hotels and guest houses unlike any others you will find outside of Bulgaria. We toured ...