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Travel Blogs from Vidin
... mountain top/ridge 1600m there was starting t see some snow around me and the temperature had dropped down to 1C. As I looked across to where the road was leading me I could see a ski resort and snow and a very low cloud base so decided it wasn't worth the risk or getting cold so turned around. So I headed towards the boarder town Calafat, as I started to ride through the city I saw a room to ...
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I'll let the photographs tell the story.
Back in Vidin, we stopped to see the old Synagogue and castle. The Synagogue was used as a storage building by the communist and allowed to deteriorate. It looks like it would have been a stunning building. The castle has a moat and I ...
... was Vidin, Bulgaria but our tour destination was Belogrdchik and the interesting geological rock formations. To me, they seem similar to the formations found in southern Utah. We were able to climb up to the top of an old Roman turned Ottoman Turk fortress. There were super steep stairs and several sections without a hand rail. The wind was cold and strong and the steps slippery. ...
... the least costly ingredients possible. Eggs are eggs but the orange tang, light tan mystery meat and processed cheese was off-putting.
We sauntered along the pedestrian promenade.
We tried to find Pepper spray to cope with the wild dogs. My hopeless charades got us in veterinary office. The Dr. didn't speak a lick of German or English. I did better at pictionary than charades apparently. I drew a ...
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1) Bikeline Maps & Guides; Donau-Radweg 5, (5 books in the series)
Our plan in a nutshell; 2900 total kilometers at 50 km per day - 2 days riding for 1 day off for a total of 58 riding days & 90 total days - April to July, 2013 :)