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... have to face the dangers on the streets. Lots of art students scattered thru out the city getting ready for their exams. Talked to one young lady, Daria, 8th grader with impeccable English. She was attending the special art school in Plovdiv. She was hoping to pass her exams next week so she could continue to study ...
It wasn't raining when we set off and the sky was pretty dark but we convinced ourselves it would stay dry...... We did get the walk into town in the dry and our first stop was a Roman villa, now part of a major road underpass. The site was a Bishop's Palace and many of the mosaic floors were still in tact. They also found a lot of beautiful Roman glass; amazing it's even still recognisable never ...
... drinks, post cards and would be busy knitting colourful slippers to sell to you. What a contrast.
After the tombs Charlie navigated me to a giant lake up a long straight road, riddled with pot holes. It was slow muddy progress but the lake lunch spot was worth the trouble.
We arrived in Plovdiv about 4.00 and as the weather is supposed to be wet tomorrow we set off to explore. Much of the ...
... Steve managed to catch a few winks on the grass nearby.
We met the group at 6 and went out for our last night together as a group at the fabulous Hemingway's restaurant. We've had such fantastic and cheap food in all of Romania and Bulgaria and this was definitely one of the best. We all said a big thank you to Andie for her endeavour before heading off to the bus station for our overnight bus trip to Istanbul.
... nice, relaxed vibe to it. Plovdiv is literally littered with Roman ruins. Back in the day it was a full blown Roman City called Philoppopolis. If the locals want to put a new shed out the back of their house, they invariably come across yet another pesky Roman ruin and have to get Council permission to dig around it! Plovdiv also has the honour of being the oldest continually occupied city in Europe. It has been inhabited since 6000 BC.