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... seat, he exhaled, smiled, and said, "Now I can eat my breakfast!" We hastened to assure Stefan that Texans — especially big Texans with walking sticks — are a completely different breed from the rest of us. Fancy doing any of that! Why even leave home?
Our first stop (it had stopped raining) was at some Roman ruins on the other side of the hotel parking lot. They are the ruins of a forum from the 2nd century AD, when the city was known as Philippopolis, named ...
... We had to rush, though, as we had to dash back to our rooms, get our luggage, cross the courtyard — a very rocky surface — and get loaded on to the bus. The drive back down the mountain was twisty, of course, but we were also surprised at how poor the highway was once we got back down to the foothills. We bumped and bumped and swayed along, and I feel lucky I didn't get sick.
After four hours, we stopped at the Bessa Valley Winery. This ...
... rose field we headed into the town centre to visit the famous Thracian tomb. This we were unable to do; it was locked up and apparently only archaeologists and other official people are allowed in. We did however visit the full-scale replica round the corner. This is absolutely tiny, but the frescoes are fantastically well done. You would never guess that they are replicas if you didn't know otherwise.
It was another hour and a half before we arrived in ...
... the priests again for a bit. The bells started clanging a very particular tune over and over again. I hear the same bells clang this tune quite often - several times a week - but this time it lasted longer.
Then we walked down the road to the plaza in front of Tsarevets, just to see what was going on there. There had been a service going on at the church tower there, and now hundreds of people were processing across ...
... phone it didn't in my UK one.
I've tried some more Bulgarian food; stuffed courgette in a very runny yet creamy sauce, a potato dumpling in another type of creamy, herby sauce, and rabbit and mushroom stew. I would recommend all of these to visitors! Stuffed vegetables seem to be very popular here - they stuff courgettes, aubergines, peppers and cabbage leaves.
Dave and I have applied for some tickets to the Rugby World Cup, which will be held in ...