Meridian Hotel Bolyarski
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Travel Blogs from Veliko Turnovo
... maintained it's strategic importance and development continued under the subsequent Macedonian, Roman, Byzantine, Bulgarian and Turkish occupation of the area. The ruins themselves are now quite faint traces of rubble, but the sense of continuity and the connection with 5000 years of history is still very much there and the hill known as Nebet ...
... From the outside it is a squat, completely inconspicuous long-house type building with shuttered windows. This was due to the fact that during Ottoman rule Christians were not allowed to build any edifices higher than 1 storey. But inside the decorations are sublime with not an inch of the walls and vaulted ceiling left unpainted with over 2000 frescoes of saints and biblical ...
... around shopping malls. Abortions, were of course, also outlawed, so all of a sudden they had unwed women and teenagers with unwanted babies, families who couldn't feed unwanted children and hence, the Romanian orphan situation. Of course, many women also died from having illegal abortions.
Another reason why this town might be a bit depressed was because there was no beer in Bucharest until 1989! No beer! 1989! Is anyone hearing this??? Post Revolution ...
... when they were walking around the town this dog befriended them. Unfortunately it was like the least popular dog in Veliko Turnovo and they were unable to go most places because all the other dogs acted hostile towards them since they were with that one dog. They did the right thing and stayed with their friend... even if it resulted in them missing out on the town.
Beer in Bulgaria is insanely cheap... like $1.50 for a 2 ...
... made sour cherry jam greeted us for breakfast, mmm yum the flavours reminded me of my grandma and Christmas time, and so I greeted mornings with almost childish glee. Some wonderful geniuses also decided that in this part of the world ice-cream was going to be sold by weight (per 100gms), yes I definitely indulged in this interesting cultural custom. Bulgaria is definitely one of the inexpensive places I’ve been up till now.