Tia Maria Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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... two parks I hadn't been to before (Tsar Simeon's Garden and Dondukova Gradina Park) and I sat down to rest in the pedestrian square with the Roman stadium remains and Dzhumaya Mosque. 'Spring' from 'The Four Seasons' was playing out of a loudspeaker by the stadium.
Eventually I went back to the hostel to pack up and check out. I walked to the North bus station, a journey which took over half an hour. When I arrived, the ticket ...
... by several people, and I arranged a small buffet of savoury things to have as well. I made my own version of the sliced tomato, mozzarella and pesto salad that Kate had at Tempo Pizza on our birthday weekend. I also had very thin and long dried sausage that curves into loops, three different types of Pringles-type crisps, Greek-style tzaziki, ...
... Emma and Kate packed their stuff and eventually they had to depart. I walked to the ETAP bus station to see them off on their journey back to Sofia. Ahead of them was a long overnight wait at Sofia Airport for their early-morning flight to London.
The next day they told me that although their flight had to make an unscheduled stop at Budapest Airport because another passenger had a medical emergency, they'd got home OK.
... soon as we arrived I bought tickets to Veliko Tarnovo, though not as easily as I'd expected. The company I wanted to use, ETAP, had no spaces left on any bus until 2pm, so I checked another company option instead, seeing from their timetable that their next bus to VT was at 11.30 am. They professed to have no tickets whatsoever for any bus to VT, however, so I had to go back to the ETAP desk and buy the 2pm tickets after all.
So a long wait ...
... control of the pass, the second of which almost succeeded. The Turks outnumbered the Russians and Bulgarians by several times, but the Russians and Bulgarians fought with heart and soul, and once they ran out of ammunition, they started throwing rocks, tree limbs and even the bodies of their dead comrades down at the Turks. This specific battle is the subject of many a Bulgarian poem, and the heroism of the Bulgarian soldiers is a source of national pride even today. Luckily, just ...