PrimaSol Sineva Park
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... and I went out for dinner at Han Hadji Nikoli. We all ended up ordering the same things; tarator to start and then chicken breasts stuffed with mozzarella and wrapped in prosciutto, with vegetables and a baked potato with garlic butter and rosemary. We were all too full for dessert!
Then we moved on to Melodie Bar (sic), where we drank cocktails and cherry liqueur with several people, including F and my colleagues from work. From Melodie Bar we all went on to a bar ...
... came first - I insisted that they try it, because I know that usually when I absolutely love something, there's a good chance that they will too. I was proved correct!
We walked from the restaurant to my flat, stopping at one of the lookout points on the way for them to take a picture or two. Before we went to bed we went next door to have some hot chocolate and a chat with F.
Birthday tomorrow... :-)
... impulse I bought a couple. I imagine that at Easter time, painted eggs will be everywhere!
Then we walked across the river behind the monastery and up part of the mountain for five minutes until we got to Bacho Kiro cave. To get there we had to re-cross the river using a different bridge; it consisted of lots of little waterfalls almost joined together. As we crossed it, I noticed that part of it was frozen! The time was 15.45 by now and in the winter the cave closes at ...
... an impressive 12th C fortress that is fairly overgrown but had commanding views over the meandering river and surrounding valleys. There were warning signs up everywhere telling stupid tourists not to clamber on walls or perform random acts of ballet. We have taken this on board and you will now see us in every photo in our best ballet or yoga pose just to amuse you all.
Within the walls of the fortress, we visited one of the ...
After a long day yesterday we got on the road this morning around 9:30 a.m. We stopped for lunch at the Etara museum outside of Gabrovo. Etara is an open air craft museum. All the machines used to make crafts are run on hydropower. It was very relaxing and beautiful there. After the museum we stopped at an SOS Village. There are 2 SOS Villages in Bulgaria but there ...