PrimaSol Sineva Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... random house here and there. The roads started to deteriorate as we reached the border - so typical!! Exactly what happens in African, Asian, Southern and Central America! And we were navigating around huge pot holes. The border to Bulgaria is an actual border. You first pay a fee to cross - about £4. Then drive across a bridge which connects the two countries, over the Danube river. That old river again! And we were into Bulgaria! 2015 country number 2 - ...
... we were further back in the gorge, was at a much higher up stage than where we'd crossed it before. It was filled with giant boulders. There was no bridge this high up but there were stepping stones, so we jumped across them and walked for a bit through the beech trees that continued on the other side.. After a couple of minutes the trail petered out, so after making a pact to come back again in the spring or summer, this time for a whole day, we retraced our steps and drove back to ...
I went on a lovely day trip today with my friend and landlady F. We went to a very historic town/village called Tryavna first, before moving on to Dryanovski Monastery, which is set in a dramatic gorge. Both are within 40km from Veliko Tarnovo.
We went by car, driving along winding roads with a mixture of mountains and fields on both sides. At one point, when we had a hill directly on the right hand side of the road, I noticed ...
... for tomorrow when there'll be snow.
On Friday we had a staff meal at a really nice restaurant in town called Shtastlivetsa ('Lucky Man'). I'd eaten there once before, but back in September at an outside table, so I hadn't been downstairs before. I've forgotten the name of what I had, but it was roasted vegetables like aubergine, courgette and onion on a very thin base of filo pastry. I had Turkish ice cream for pudding, which was ...
... here, preferring the smaller villages. From here we headed south into Transylvania (Dracula country), with our first stop being Sighisoara. The medieval citadel here is where Vlad Tepes,aka Dracula, was born, and though we are not Dracula fans, we did have a look around inside the citadel, which overlooks the town. The clock tower built in 1648 still keeps time and looks very impressive. Inside the citadel there are ...