Messambria Fort Beach
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... don't contain any carvings or paintings. Just simple burial mounds. We would like to visit Seusopolis, the original city that housed the valley's kings but it was sunk with the creation of the local dam and is not accessible.
We wind through the mountains into the picturesque town of Tyrvana full of cobblestone streets and Revival style houses. We stop for a quick snack and walk about town, I think we are the only tourists in town, curious onlookers stare as we pass by.
... a giant inflatable Nescafé mug and someone talking over a loudspeaker. I found out the next day that there was a mountain biking festival going on; cyclists were biking through the hills next to VT, down the hill of Varusha (the old town), emerging at this monument junction and then continuing through the town. We didn't get to see any of the actual cycling though.
... a giant basket filled with giant colourful eggs had been placed at the edge. After a quick photo I moved on down the road winding down the hill to the River Yantra. I saw lots more almond trees in blossom, some with martenitsas tied onto branches.
When I reached the river I carried on past the Church of the Forty Martyrs, the main bridge and the wooden bridge to the Church of St Peter & St Paul. I came here back in December but the church was closed then. To ...
I've had a lovely few days here since my arrival on Monday. The sun has shone, I've had a lovely wander round the town and I still cannot get over how amazing the view is from my bedroom and kitchen windows!
I've tried 'Tarator' for the first of what I know will be many times; this is a cold, yoghurt-based soup made from unsweetened yoghurt, cucumber chunks, garlic, dill and very finely chopped nuts. In the same meal I also had a chicken dish I ...