- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A lazy breakfast in the lovely garden. Sunglasses required, so it's a good day! And breakfast took all morning until it was time to walk into the village centre for 'Village Day'.
Entertainment by the ladies' choir, village children and two musicians. The young one was about 70! Pam even got me to have a go at some folk dancing. Not quite as simple as it looks, but the ...
... chunks with lots of bones still in, and her 'steamed vegetables' were just lukewarm frozen mixed veg with tough peas. Took forever to arrive, too. We had been planning to go for cocktails before going round to F's at 9:30pm, but didn't have time thanks to dinner taking so long. We had a lovely time at F's though; R went round too and we had a great time together.
Up at the crack of dawn tomorrow for our bus journey to ...
No sooner does one sister depart from Bulgaria, than the other one arrives :-) An hour or two after I got back from Dragizheno, Kate and Andrew arrived in VT from Varna, where they had been for a couple of days after a day or two in Plovdiv. Almost as soon as they walked through the door we had a lovely Google Video chat conversation with our nearest & dearest. After that we went up on the terrace, where my colleague R was hosting a ...
I just thought I'd write a bit about what a typical working day is like for me here in Veliko Tarnovo.
Once I'm up and about I look out of the windows at one of the spectacular views you can imagine and think about how lucky I am to have it. Since it's winter, I eat my breakfast beneath the warm air blowing out of the heater on the wall near the ceiling. I walk to work in joggers and trainers because they are more comfortable than the work trousers and shoes ...
... stop us exploring inside until we got too creeped out.
Inside it was falling to bits and you could see how this 'temple to communism' was built with little but covered in millions. Marble was still covering thd walls and red velvet covered parts of the ceiling, upstairs there were the crumbling mosaic faces of Marx and Lenin. Inside the control room the panel boards remained but no cables visable.