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... buildings. In some cases you could see where the cladding had fallen off and there were brick walls underneath. Not sure whether the original buildings would have been entirely wooden and the cladding is put onto modern buildings to look authentic. Anyway, it was very attractive and a nice place to wander around. A few galleries and gift shops, but we weren't tempted.
Found the the old defence wall (not too difficult as it runs around the outside of the town) and had a ...
... one of the churches ( how did they make such good maps 800 years ago? And how come this tiny place - called Mesembria then - was so important?) and a bit of sleeping / reading on the beach. No sun loungers available yet, but lots of activity suggesting they will be soon. Maybe the season starts on June 1st.
Fab dinner tonight at the chickens' place. Very pretty sunset but no pics. And so to ...
Note to self - a second Margharita is never a good idea! A little jaded this morning, but nevertheless, up, packed and ready to go having made a picnic lunch out of remaining breakfast items by 9am. Not bad!
I was sorry to leave Plovdiv as we had had such a lovely time sightseeing, and the town was a really pleasant surprise. Good to spend time with Aly and Graeme too.
The drive across to the Black Sea coast was rather featureless and ...
... I went beachcombing but didn't see much apart from purple and white mussel shells.
From the beach we wandered back to the Old Town, where we were due to catch the 17.30 bus back to Burgas. We had a little bit of time to kill until then, so we walked over to a shop with an ice cream cabinet outside the front with jars of fig jam on top. Dave almost bought a jar but then backed out. An ice cream kept me going until the bus arrived.
... frigidarium (cold pool), tepidarium (warm pool), caldarium (hot pool), an amazing hypocaust and the toilet area (down a level and in a cloistered area). Our experience was heightened even more by the sunshine, lush greenery and flowering bushes. We were also the only people there the entire time!
From there we walked on to the Archaeology Museum, via some lunch and a lovely small park containing fountains and lots of purple-blossomed trees. The museum was ...