PrimaSol Sineva Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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Today I had no scheduled classes, so I decided to do something that had been on my mental to-do list for quite a while. I walked across the railway bridge. I'd heard about the ricketty nature of the metal pedestrian lane and thought it sounded interesting, plus I wanted to take some photos as I knew I'd get a different viewpoint of the town than usual. Another thing was, I often hear trains passing over this bridge as it exits the tunnel under VT; the low BOOM-BOOM, BOOM-BOOM, ...
Bozhentsi has very similar architecture to Tryavna, complete with slate roofs. We walked round the village for around 45 minutes before having some dinner - for me, tarator and some stewed rabbit with potatoes and vegetables. It was past 9 o'clock by the time we finished.
It had been hot and sunny most of the day, but about an hour after we got back to Veliko Tarnovo ...
... sweetshop next door - Tryavna has many of these, selling things such as Bulgarian delight, sheets of sesame snap and colourful curly lollies which look like rock.
After making some purchases (I got some sesame snap) we moved next door to the Old School Museum. We went under a stone archway and emerged into a small but wonderfully atmospheric courtyard. The school was built in 1839 and is similar to a house, with only one room actually a classroom. On ...
... that was being set up in a park, which also pleased Squirt - we didn't buy anything there but the stalls were cheerful, and we admired the Christmas tree. Dinner at Hostel Mostel was a sociable affair, with a young Japanese guy playing the guitar (you get a free stay if you provide entertainment!) and lots of people sharing tables and travellers' tales. Then it was back over the road to our large room on the third floor and a comparatively early ...
... and Romanian communist leadership. Later,during the 1990s, the economic crisis in Bulgaria affected Ruse. Most big companies suffered a decline and unemployment increased, which led to renewed emigration waves. Now many factories are closed and the town looks a little abandoned. Althought it was formerly known as "Little Vienna", now it looks more like "Little Detroit"
The guide went on to explain the great number ...