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... all up to date but sadly they are not so the money will have to come from somewhere.
The look and structure of the building needs to be kept in good order to attract tourists and potential buyers so the efforts to recover the arrears need to go on. If apartments can be sold and the arrears recovered from the sales then the problems become less. Currently very few of the apartments, that are not paying the fees, are for sale however. Perhaps these owners need ...
... was mega-simple though - walked in, didn't even need to log on to one of the for-public-use computers as the girl in charge set up hers quickly for me instead; three minutes, cost about 20 stotinki (8p)! On my way back I stopped at a fruit & vegetable market and bought Mum a bag of cherries.
First stop together was the Ethnographic Museum; I'd been there before, in March, but Mum hadn't. Our favourite exhibits were; the traditional musical ...
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 ...
... straight, the altimeter reads around 1500 feet for most of the day. There are mountains in the distance but we never seem to get any closer to them. Doris for some strange reason decided to take us right into the centre of Sofia, we thought that we were going to go around the ring road, we must check the route more carefully! It was very busy. To get us out if the centre we turned right and kept heading in the same direction, this road ...
... a lot by the locals. It is Aylack (the guide wasn't sure how to spell it in English, but it is something like that). It basically means Hakuna Matata; no worries. How can you not love a place with a motto like that?!
The next day, I met up with one of the guys from the tour, and we went to climb one of the other hills in town for a view. There were a few statues at the top of this particular hill, but I can't remember what they ...