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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
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... ever. Sue really liked it so I think they will both be back again in the summer, but I suspect the boys weekends may continue as well. After all you have to have your Board meetings somewhere don't you?
What does the future hold?
Well the complex is now a few years old and still looking good but, realistically, it will need some redecoration/ maintenance in the not too distant future. This would be covered by the fees, for the common areas, if ...
... Russian Church gleamed over the rooftops. Right in the middle of the parking area was a cherry tree absolutely dripping with ripe fruit; I enjoyed several ultra-fresh, sweet and juicy cherries before it was time to get back on the bus.
Mum had a couple of hours to go in Plovdiv before her lift to the airport; apparently she went for another walk and saw a Bulgarian bagpiper performing outside a shop. This is something I really want to see before I leave ...
At lunchtime we were due to catch the bus to Veliko Tarnovo, but we managed to fit quite a lot into the morning.
The first place we went was another gorgeous National Revival house (the Old Town is full of them). Balabanov House was originally built at the beginning of the 19th century, but was rebuilt later that century. Nowadays it is used as a cultural centre; we saw contemporary art, three interesting ...
... buying a vignette and he replied that the computer isn't working, we can get one at the yellow house on the right. 5 Euros for the week. Then we're in. The roads here are like a badly made patchwork quilt with pot holes and that's the motorway, its certainly testing the suspension. The driving is also atrocious with vehicles cutting us up and lots of dangerous overtaking, but Les seems to have things under control! The motorway is all ...
... where the men gather to play chess or a local card game. The main pedestrian street is where all the women go and sit in the coffee shops and gossip about one another. The old houses in the town were really nice to see as well. We also saw the obligatory churches and statues. The tour ended at some old ruins on one of the hills of Plovdiv where we got to watch the most amazing sunset.
I learned a new Bulgarian word which ...