Tia Maria Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After a lie-in and breakfast, we had a really lovely video chat with Mum. During the chat we opened our presents - amongst other things, I got some fascinating-looking books which I can't wait to read; Alexander von Humboldt's 'Personal Narrative of a Journey to the Equinoctial Region of the New Continent, a Folio Society copy of Francisco Núñez de Pineda y Bascuñán's 'The Happy Captive', a Hakluyt Society's copy of 'Pieter van den Broeke's Journal of Voyages to Cape Verde, ...
After I finished work today, at 19.45, I immediately walked to ETAP bus station to collect some visitors. My sisters Emma and Kate were here for the weekend so we could celebrate our 30th birthday together!
When I got there they had got off the bus five minutes before. I took them round the corner to Tempo Pizza straight away for some dinner; over tarator, vegetable pizza and some tomato, mozzarella, pesto and proscuitto salad they told me about ...
... could see the entrance to the cave from the ticket booth, so F asked the man if we could possibly just step inside the cave and look round the main bit for ten minutes. This was not possible, however! Oh well.
To make up for that, we continued climbing up the mountain for a bit until we reached the top of the gorge. The view, needless to say, was amazing. There was a beech wood at the top. We carried on walking for five minutes until we reached the river again, ...
... in some shop windows - some of the shops looked closed because they were in darkness, but when we looked more closely we saw the shopkeeper just sitting at a till or table, looking out at us! Quite peculiar and disconcerting. Then we crossed the road and joined a road nicknamed the 'craftsman's street' - quite touristy now but has been filled with craftsman's shops since the mid-19th century. I left Mum here to explore because I had to go back ...
... than once, a customs official saw our passport displayed to him, and that was the end of any customs or passport inspection. Of course, maybe it was an old, white-haired guy looking harmless, too.
Inspections finished, time to go Bulgaria. Whoops! No go. Something is wrong with our car, the last connected to the train. A trainman crawled under the connection between our car and the next. Then crawled out. A few ...