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... days to come. In Veliko Tărnovo we finally scored the best room with views over the river towards the mountains. It is a pretty town built on a steep hillside, houses on top of houses. A long morning walk through the old town led us to Tsarevets Hill with the Royal Palace and Partriarchal Church. A short drive to Arbanassi revealed a most unusual Church of Nativity. Outside it looked like a stone barn so invaders wouldn't realise it was a ...
... woman) to fuss over. She named him Wilf (no idea why) and was really taken with him. This nearly went badly wrong when one day he was found unable to walk due to an injury to his back leg. Thankfully this did begin to get better while we were there and I have checked with Vlad since and he has fully recovered now. Vlad was his usual wonderful host making us feel welcome and at ease. He has kept the complex pristine and has ...
One can certainly be inspired and amazed by churches, but also so jaded and numb they lose much-deserved interest. That happened to me in Italy last month after a several-days stretch of Catholic cathedrals being a highlight of nearly every city and town I visited. I even completely canceled my plans to go to Assisi in favor of spending a few more days at a Siena hostel. Hopefully Assisi will be more inspiring on my next trip to Italy.
... way in through a tiny hole in the rubble.
The darkened debris-filled rooms were eerily reminiscent of first person shoot-em-up video games. I half expected to see Nazi zombies. Otherwise, it mostly seemed like any other abandoned concrete building… until I made it to the next level. My jaw dropped after climbing the last set of stairs leading to the meeting room. The daylight shone through the holey roof revealing a huge circus-like arena ...
... five drivers and it was apparent two of them were together. Their English was halting, but understandable. They offered to drive us anywhere on the continent, or so it seemed. And so, as not to misunderstand their intentions, one opened his wallet and showed the ultimate identification - a business card of his “very good friend” from Harvard University. Having spent the last few years of my career in Army ...