Tia Maria Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we got up that we realised the thought of pudding had not even crossed our minds! We were still too full to eat anything - we didn't have anything else until about 10pm - so until then we opened presents and relaxed. I had some presents for Dave waiting in the UK, plus the plan was for him to choose his main present from me tomorrow in Veliko Tarnovo before we left for Sofia, so the only thing I had for him to open was a ...
... couple of craftsman's and tourist souvenir shops after that, but didn't buy anything. We knew we'd be back either the next day or on Boxing Day. It was a lovely sunny day, like yesterday, so it was very pleasant just walking around. As the sun got lower and lower, the light looked more and more golden.
We didn't do much in the evening apart from have pizza for dinner (with added mozzarella), play cards and have some clementines before getting an early night.
... 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.
... and a few drinks with the other teachers. The bar we went to for drinks is called Melody Bar, an atmospheric cocktail bar. I really liked it and will be back! On the walk back to the flat I heard lots of fireworks going and saw some in the distance; I ran up all the steps to my street and the terrace to get a better view, but just as I reached it, they stopped! Oh well. I did at least catch the laser show from Tsarevets.
S, the other new teacher, and I had our ...
... of restored houses and it is like a small enclosed town. From here we continued south to Moeciu de Sus (about 12km from Bran) where we spent a couple of days. This is a tiny rural settlement set deep in a beautiful, peaceful valley off the beaten track and we met no foreigners here. We arrived a bit frazzled after a long drive, with the last 7km being a winding, narrow, potholed road, but the lovely owners of ...