Meridian Hotel Bolyarski
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Leaving Chisinau, Moldova we hopped a one hour flight to Bucharest, Romania. A bus ride took us from the Bucharest airport to the train station (now our third time in the station.) After a short layover, we were on the rails to Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria and departed without hotel reservations. This was one of the times we planned on "winging it" …
... place until I literally arrived. Wonder where all these people were from. It got a bit boring quite quickly, and after we were done with the fortress, we made our way back down the hill, then up the hill into the town. We passed several estate agents. Signs were in both English and Bulgarian and I was stunned. EUR9k would buy you a fairly respectable 3 bedroom house. EUR20k a very large house with a pool. And EUR100k a mansion with sprawling fields and an outhouse ...
... we were further back in the gorge, was at a much higher up stage than where we'd crossed it before. It was filled with giant boulders. There was no bridge this high up but there were stepping stones, so we jumped across them and walked for a bit through the beech trees that continued on the other side.. After a couple of minutes the trail petered out, so after making a pact to come back again in the spring or summer, this time for a whole day, we retraced our steps and drove back to ...
... Revival architecture.
We were both a bit peckish when we first arrived, so we found a café and had some coffee and something sweet. The café was a hot drinks and sweets place only - nothing savoury! I tried a 'hot sand coffee' and this is what happened. The waitress brought out an empty, painted ceramic espresso cup first. Then she brought out a mini version of the copper jug with a silver inside and a long wooden handle which I ...
... for tomorrow when there'll be snow.
On Friday we had a staff meal at a really nice restaurant in town called Shtastlivetsa ('Lucky Man'). I'd eaten there once before, but back in September at an outside table, so I hadn't been downstairs before. I've forgotten the name of what I had, but it was roasted vegetables like aubergine, courgette and onion on a very thin base of filo pastry. I had Turkish ice cream for pudding, which was ...