- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This morning we took a stroll down the crafts street, where we were able to go into four shops and watch the artisans in action: a pottery shop, silversmith, wood carver, and pastry maker. (We also watched a coppersmith later on our own). It was interesting to watch them in action....particularly the silversmith. He used a lantern torch to fuse the silver. At one point he was blowing ...
After our long wait in Varna, we didn't get back to Veliko Tarnovo until 9 pm last night, so before we went to bed and conked out we didn't do anything apart from have a hot drink with F and R.
Our bus to Sofia didn't leave until 15.00, so this morning and early afternoon was spent packing, editing photos, walking along Gurko Street in the sunshine to the ETAP bus station to buy our ...
... swallows periodically flew around us to nests under the eaves of the building. This café lies on the craftsmen's street and before I arrived, the others had enjoyed window-shopping. Kate enjoyed watching the coppersmith at work with his tools and fire outside his workshop.
I didn't need to be back at work until 4pm, so we got to spend some more time together after lunch. First of all we walked over to the fruit and vegetable market in order to buy some veg for dinner, buying ...
... dark inside and locked up. A notice said to ring the bell for entry, and that it was open today, but I'm afraid to say that I chickened out of doing so. I thought it would feel really awkward having someone open up the whole thing just for me, even if maybe other visitors would come in after me. I will definitely go inside the place before I leave Bulgaria, however.
So instead of going inside the museum, I continued walking, taking more photos as I went. Soon I came across ...
... then they are punctuated with random gloomy, dilapidated buildings. There were fantastic restaurants and bars perched on the sides of these steep cliffs, with spectacular views down into the gorge below. We managed to find a restaurant for lunch that had one such sweeping view from our balcony table. And we were alone. Not a smoker in sight and the food was great. We managed to Skype Steve's friend, John and his kids, back in Byron Bay and showed ...