- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... good enough and some never got back on skis at all. Even if you decide not to ski, there is plenty more you can do. So when the guys decided to take a break from skiing we took a lift (18 lev return)to get up the hill. It was my dream come true to sit on a lift and go up the mountain. The view was so beautiful! There was a little cafe on top of the mountain where we had some drinks and enjoyed fresh air and the view. Later in the evening we stopped at ...
... the icons from other monastery's around the area, some dating back to 5th century. The next Church we visited had the original construction of a church on the site under glass on the floor, this church had sustained major damage in both World Wars as well as the war of liberation and been rebuilt to resemble the church on the site before the wars. They have left some parts of the repair unrestored so you can see where the damage took place. Central ...
... Krassie's encouragement. He chatted with a couple who were descending at the same time as we. There were stunning views of the valley and the mountains and part of the path was scented with dark purple lilacs.
On the way back, I was sleepy and nodded off for a bit. I think Krassie was a bit tired too but he managed to drive us back safely on the new Bulgarian autobahn built with EU funds. I haven't gone into all the things I learned from him ...
... last year and then headed out to the Monastery Kitchen restaurant that some of us went to last year and enjoyed so much. I ordered a salad and shashlik but the shashlik was accompanied by most everything that was in my salad except for the wonderful stuffed peppers. I took a photo of them of course. My waiter spoke English and tried to be helpful. I asked him how to say thank you in Bulgarian but I had a lot of trouble with the pronunciation - he even spelled it ...
... whole 90c. Even bought myself a punnet of raspberries for 80c, a bit better than Woolworths or Coles.
With the city 1/2 empty it meant less concern for traffic was needed and with that we kept the streak going of not having to pay for parking by leaving puglsey at the stadium car park. (as i write this we are in Budapest and we have still kept the streak going..although i haven't checked so there could be a clamp on it).