Tia Maria Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... the pedestrianized zone, looking at lovely 18th century homes that house businesses now. At the end of the zone and beneath the ground level is a section of the Roman stadium. It's in pretty good condition. The Friday Mosque is just across from it and has been there since the 14th or 15th century. (Went into the mosque later: it's bigger and prettier than the mosque in Sofia. I got a ticking off from a man who was sort of standing guard because I noticed a gallery that said "Women," ...
... red just tasted like alcohol to me. There was also bread, prosciutto and cheese, which was really, really tasty. Things got quite convivial. Our driver isn't allowed to drink a drop when he's on duty, so the winery gave him the tasting bottles that were still partly full.
We arrived in Plovdiv around 7:15. We are the Trimontium, which is currently owned by Ramada. It's a huge hotel with grand landings, though it looks a bit like an old lady who has gone ...
I must say that my Black Sea holiday has done me good. It's been so nice, waking up in the morning and not feeling at all tired! Usually I wake up feeling a bit tired even on my days off.
This evening I went out for dinner at Malkia Inter, a restaurant/ bar round the corner, with R and a mutual friend, S, who had Bulgarian lessons with us for a week or two before she stopped. I wasn't desperately hungry so I just had some tarator and a grilled ...
... 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 ...
... polarized nation? After all, the Turks found a deeply fragmented Bulgarian empire when they got here in the late 14th century, and the most important Bulgarian revolutionary of the Revival period, Vasil Levski, was supposedly betrayed by one of his own countrymen. All of these thoughts could not escape me while dining by the medieval fortress; it was as if our khans were overlooking the city from the stronghold, sadly shaking their heads.