Tia Maria Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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... pendant. Then it was time for GELATO and a little R & R. This evening we had a cooking demo by Stefan and the owner of our hotel. They demonstrated hoe to make "mishmash", which contains eggs, feta cheese, tomatoes, red peppers, onion, and a special sauce. Of course we got to eat it! Then they made "banitsa", which is a phyllo dough and feta cheese dish. We've had that for ...
... don't contain any carvings or paintings. Just simple burial mounds. We would like to visit Seusopolis, the original city that housed the valley's kings but it was sunk with the creation of the local dam and is not accessible.
We wind through the mountains into the picturesque town of Tyrvana full of cobblestone streets and Revival style houses. We stop for a quick snack and walk about town, I think we are the only tourists in town, curious onlookers stare as we pass by.
... They would stop and stare at Teodora as she was speaking in English. The palace/church was rebuilt in the 80's to represent what was destroyed by the ottomans for size and dimensions. The interior was done in odd paintings of black white and grey showing struggle and rebellion. Very odd.
Next we had a lovely lunch at a hotel overlooking the palace and the river. The local food has been delicious. Of course, ...
... a giant inflatable Nescafé mug and someone talking over a loudspeaker. I found out the next day that there was a mountain biking festival going on; cyclists were biking through the hills next to VT, down the hill of Varusha (the old town), emerging at this monument junction and then continuing through the town. We didn't get to see any of the actual cycling though.
... interest, hiking trips up Vitosha mountain, which looms above the city. Hostel Mostel must be full all year round, as even in November there were an assortment of nationalities filling the place, mostly young backpackers but also the odd middle-aged traveller, to make me feel better. Their private rooms, like the double room I had booked, were in a separate site the other side of the intersection, but the room was large and quiet, and ...