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... if it shares a border with them. You also get Transit cards which you can say is a particular country or sea. A very good idea for a game!
Tea was quite brief because we still weren't as hungry as we could have been. We didn't have the Christmas pudding at all in the end, because we knew it would be filling.
All day I kept a Christmas candle burning for Dad. Mum had given it to Dave to take with him to Bulgaria.
... it was a lot like rice pudding but with giant grains of (presumably boiled) wheat or some other kind of corn, instead of rice. It also had a fruit which looked and tasted a lot like tiny, sweet green gooseberries.
Strictly speaking, on the menu it was called 'Diet Frumenty'. It was listed on the same dessert page as 'Diet Cake', which I thought was quite funny. Maybe Diet Cake is made with sweetener instead of sugar, or something like that...
We had a look ...
... beer I'd bought for him a few days ago. We also went next door to buy some 1kg tubs of honey from my landlady.
After about an hour we went out for dinner at Hadji Nikoli. We shared an antipasti plate, Dave had a Bulgarian pork grill and I had stuffed chicken breasts, with buttered broccoli as a side. It was great.
It had been a long day, so we went straight back to the flat after dinner, finished unpacking and headed for bed.
... dark inside and locked up. A notice said to ring the bell for entry, and that it was open today, but I'm afraid to say that I chickened out of doing so. I thought it would feel really awkward having someone open up the whole thing just for me, even if maybe other visitors would come in after me. I will definitely go inside the place before I leave Bulgaria, however.
So instead of going inside the museum, I continued walking, taking more photos as I went. Soon I came across ...
... of Seuthus III, of the Odrysian kingdom, and the Kazanluk tomb, where an unknown Thracian had been buried. Both were unique in their own way.
The tomb of Seuthus III was impressive both in its size and in the items that were found in the burial chamber, all of which had been moved to the History Museum in Kazanluk; copies had been made and placed in the tomb in the places where they were found. Seuthus III's tomb included a long corridor, and three chambes - one ...