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... can imagine how the others felt when we told them. Our Wine Waiter got to know everyone quickly. How on earth we have this package is a mystery so now we have to work out how to spend our $300 onboard credit which was also included.
Boarding was a breeze in Istanbul, the ship is very impressive and we have no complaints about our Stateroom. Crew are from all countries and our table waiters ...
... modern Egyptian style art. The city is wonderful - from the old centre you can get glimpses down at the newer city at every street. Veliko was a cultural capital during the Middle Ages, and they have found traces of human settlements here beginning in 3000 BC. We planned to take a train to Plovdiv, but the guy working at the hostel told us the train tracks were under renovation, so we decided to take a bus instead. It was another early day as the bus left at 8am from the ...
... it was small but had the most amazing story to tell and frescos to view, perhaps the pick of all the churches we have visited. Veliko Tărnovo was the pick of Bulgarian towns visited and we enjoyed exploring the city in our free time and checking out the souvenir shops. We were treated to a meal of typical Bulgarian dishes, salad, stew and yoghurt, honey and walnuts. Don't forget to go to next at the bottom of the page for more exciting ...
... the town of Shipka, which also had a monument commemorating the battle. The church was finished in 1902 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the battle. The bell tower contains a 12-ton bell, which was cast from the cartridges that were collected after the battle. In the temple itself, the names of the Russian regiments and the Bulgarian Opaltchentsi are inscribed on 34 marble plates. In the church's crypt, the remains of some soldiers are laid in stone sarcophagi.
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So this morning, after a few run-of-the-mill sightseeing stops we headed to the top of the mountain range overlooking the Valley of Roses toward the peak of Buzludzha and its famous communist monument that had nary a guidebook mention.
Hovering in the clouds, it was an impressive sight from the bottom of the hill just below. It was immediately apparent at its foot the massive building had been abandoned many years ago. Our guide showed ...