Interhotel Veliko Turnovo
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... luckily. It was a lovely place owned by an English couple. We also met an English woman and South African man who were in their late 60's and working there part time. They had been traveling since April 2012, and were headed to Greece in October. They were very interesting. The place also had a pool, so I took a dip, did some blogging, then dinner at the restauant. We decided to stay 2 nights as we could get a taxi into VT and it wouldn't cost much, so ...
... made from fir trees. In the nearby village of Sapanta there was an interesting "Merry Cemetery", where all the wooden crosses have been hand carved and painted, with most having an amusing story written about the deceased. A pity we couldn't read Romanian. The older generation were often to be seen sitting outside their homes on benches beside dusty roads, watching the world go by. The older men wore trilby hats ...
... Really. I DID find a nice park and river path to get in a long run so I can hopefully keep up with my running buddy Tina when I get home. And back to Bulgaria... We had a nice long (~75 miles) ride today with lots of long steady climbs and descents on country roads with little traffic. It was one of those mindless, relaxing rides completely void of any worries or concerns whatsoever. All I had to do ...
... could not communicate very well as we don't speak much Bulgarian and she does not speak English, she was still hospitality that opened packets and packets of biscuits and cakes for us. That was very kind of her. Another day, Nev was chopping firewood with a machine saw. It was very noisy. She came and wanted to know what was going on. =D You now understand how lovely the Bulgarians are. :-)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility