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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 ...
... unique property in the center of town. Story goes that when it was built the owner wanted a statue of his wife on the front. The statue that is present actually looks more like a monkey and it is unknown if that was the intention or more what the artist thought the wife looked like and the house became known to the townsfolk as the house of the monkey. The architect was Koylu Fitcheto, a self taught builder he built most of the town, including the town hall, churches ...
After our long wait in Varna, we didn't get back to Veliko Tarnovo until 9 pm last night, so before we went to bed and conked out we didn't do anything apart from have a hot drink with F and R.
Our bus to Sofia didn't leave until 15.00, so this morning and early afternoon was spent packing, editing photos, walking along Gurko Street in the sunshine to the ETAP bus station to buy our ...
... Eventually we wandered over to the side of the church which looks out over the same side of the hill as my flat does. Just as we got to the railing, fireworks started exploding over Tsarevets Fortress!
Once the fireworks had finished, we turned round so we were facing the church again and watched people processing round it, anticlockwise, with their lit candles. We walked back round to where the crowd was and watched the ...
... On the way back from the fortress we went inside an Orthodox church round the corner from my flat. There were some beautiful icons, but the interior as a whole was very gloomy. The priest followed us around too, which was a little bit offputting.
We rested for a couple of hours on our return, before going out to a restaurant called Hadji Nikoli. This is the same place that we teachers got taken out to in my first week in Bulgaria. ...