Travel Blogs from Varna, Bulgaria

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Varna, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Varna

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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Wedding in Varna, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Wedding in Varna

A travel blog entry by orizarska

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My beautifull cousin Anna tied the knot with Boris in a folk ceremony in Varna, the summer  capital of Bulgaria. It was a propper wedding! I was the made of honor and as such (without prior notice) was asked to participate in the enterntainment ...

Travelling through Romania & Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Travelling through Romania & Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by worldofbintang

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... sad to think about all the people who had been killed in 1989. After nearly 2 weeks in Romania we crossed the border into Bulgaria and had an interesting 5 days in Veliko Tarnovo, the old capital. Vinnie, Paul and I stayed in a great little hostel run ...

Long-term winter travel - pros and cons, Somewhere over Romania, Egypt travel blog

Long-term winter travel - pros and cons

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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I've had a few questions from readers about the practicalities and logistics of travelling through Arctic conditions and northern winters, and I know I was concerned about the extreme cold before I got there, so in the hope that it's useful for future ...

The smell of the Black Sea, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

The smell of the Black Sea

A travel blog entry by aborder

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Varna, Bulgaria - Barry collected the ball on the outside of Bulgaria's penalty area. He sneaks in a cross to Gary Cahill, who chests the ball down and while losing his balance, hits a shot that deflects off the Bulgarian keeper into the far bottom ...

Black sea!, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Black sea!

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

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Our last city before Istanbul!  Varna, on the Black sea coast of Bulgaria... Because our hostel was so sweet, we ended up spending an extra night here...the hostel staff helped us around town and to get our laundry done...they had a barbecue for us ...

Travelling day today...., Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Travelling day today....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad

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... and will be sad to leave... The Turkey-Bulgaristan border was just fine, an hour to get out of Turkey and 5 minutes into Bulgaria, Schengen from now on until the UK that is...not anticipating any issues there!!!! So nothing else to report apart from the ...

The Black Sea, Bulgaria, Black Sea, Bulgaria travel blog

The Black Sea, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by martinlizama

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Flip a Coin, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Flip a Coin

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... Spanish, so many similarities that Romanians can comprehend a significant amount, even without ever having formally studied the language. But Bulgaria ... intriguing, to say the least - I can't say I knew much of the country, almost nothing, ...

Leave takings, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Leave takings

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... and talk politics and books and travel and swap stories until we're the last ones in the place. Back on Maria Louisa Boulevard we say goodnight and goodbye and I walk back along dark and empty streets to the hotel on this my last night in ...

At last the Black Sea, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

At last the Black Sea

A travel blog entry by pathenger

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Took a bus from the boat to the resort town of Varna so we could see and get wet in the Black Sea! The water was warm and there were many people on the beach enjoying the ...

back to bucharest, In the train, Bulgaria travel blog

back to bucharest

A travel blog entry by fabien

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The Black Sea, me mateys, ha-har, ha-har!, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

The Black Sea, me mateys, ha-har, ha-har!

A travel blog entry by gadelle

... that Romania was "the Mexico of Europe" and I could see exactly where he was coming from. I don't know what I expected from Bulgaria, but I thought it would be perhaps quieter, cleaner and calmer than Romania, so my first glimpse of the country was quite ...

A glimpse of a beach - Varna, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

A glimpse of a beach - Varna

A travel blog entry by waynedale

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... . And the drivers are always polite. I need to find these friends of mine who painted such an ugly picture of Bulgaria.  The hotel in Varna definitely deserves a mention. I'd read good things about it in the reviews on Trip Advisor, or was it ...

Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by jimmymacfad

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... a patch of the Yorkshire man's garden. It seems there are quite a lot of British citizens who now reside in Bulgaria.  Attracted by the inexpensive land and housing, relative simple bureaucracy and in Ian's case,cheap alcohol. However sightings of ...

Down by the sea, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Down by the sea

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... at Balaclava and Sevastopol. Not entirely surprising, as they were fighting on the side of the Turks who were still occupying Bulgaria at the time. Apparently, a town nearby erected a monument to commemorate the 700 or so Brits who died of cholera in ...

Backwards through Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Backwards through Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... and spouts a lot of pure Bulgarian my way.  First thing that pops in my head is that this is somehow not the train to Varna at all. Fortunately, having mastered Bulgarian in the past five days, I say, 'Varna, da?' He taps my ticket again and says ...

Varna - Nikola (host) poszukiwany na gwalt!!, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Varna - Nikola (host) poszukiwany na gwalt!!

A travel blog entry by camer

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"Rano" (12tej) wybralismy sie w dalsza droge do Varny, pojechalismy autobusem, zeby sobie troche ulatwic sprawe. Tam zostalwilismy plecaki w przechowlni na dworcu i ruszylismy na miasto. Pierwsze co zrobilismy to kafejka internetowa i sprawdzenie czy ...

Wino Forever, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Wino Forever

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... can appreciate whiling away the day on various terraces, enjoying a cold beer, a cappuccino (both putrid and killer), and a nice meal (both mediocre and excellent).  Varna hasn't been the best of Bulgaria so far, but today still rocked!   ...

"Pool Not Working"....;-(

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad

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I'd booked two night here in Varna because the hotel has a pool and I wanted to loaf.... It was too late yesterday so today I visited a couple of things in the morning with the intention of loafing by the pool all afternoon, when I got back to the hotel I ...

Varna, Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Varna, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by dutchiesdiary

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Hi all. Sorry it has taken me a little longer to send you an update this time. I arrived in Varna last week which is a beach town in Bulgaria, so instead of spendıng tıme sıttıng in an internet cafe, İ sat myself down on a sunbed and ...

On the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

On the Black Sea, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by lostalready

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... swimming in the browny green opaque water or finding cigarette butts scattered throughout the coarse sand. The town of Varna is a strange collision of cultures. From ancient ruins of Roman baths to Ottoman influenced architecture and Orthodox churches ...

Day 3 - Train to Varna, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Day 3 - Train to Varna

A travel blog entry by bedford10

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... our own books. After a few hours of his company, we split ways, literally. As the train divided one half heading to Varna, the other to Burgas, thankfully we were on the right half. Several more hours passed before we eventually arrived in the dark in ...

At last, Varna, Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

At last, Varna, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by scottik38

Finally got to Varna and caught up with Damyan, though was tiuch n go as my mobile battery was just about flat and \damyan did not yet know where the bus would drop me at. Finally we meet up, and we head back to his place, say hello to his parents, and ...

Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by longwalktour

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... been in Bulgaria for a few weeks and the leaves were growing stale. It was not what most people would call pretty. Bulgaria, we read, was a country that openly welcomed and embraced socialism. "Seeing the beauty of similarity," as Josh put it. Sophia ...

Black sea coast, beach bars and too many flies..., Varna, Nesbar, Burgas, Sozopol, Malko Tarnovo, Bulgaria travel blog

Black sea coast, beach bars and too many flies...

A travel blog entry by jnewcomb

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Chapter Summary Bulgaria Varna city tour 04 Sept, Sunday Start point: 2 Mai End point: Galata, Varna Via: Varna Odom(Km): 132.10 Moving(hrs.mim): 7.28 Ave(Km/h): 17.7 Total Ascent(m): 1066 Max Altitude(m) 233 ...

Varna verbatim, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Varna verbatim

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... way, the great blue and white pile that used to be the Bulraian Navy's officers club, an Armenian church and school (Bulgaria, no friends of the Ottomans, welcomed many Armenian refugees during the genocide perpetrated by the Turks prior to WWI), and the ...

Sofia and Varna Bulgaria, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Sofia and Varna Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by lukeandbelinda

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Relaxing is the best word to describe what we have been doing lately. Since arriving in Bulgaria have decided to slow down a bit.  We have been travelling for over 2 and a half months now and I think the best thing to do is just rest for a while and ...

Catching some rays.., Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Catching some rays..

A travel blog entry by twogypsies

... and pampering. Germans are as demanding as the British and Irish when it comes to short breaks in the sun and it's easy to walk into  a booking office in Cologne airport same day and fly off to a resort. Why Bulgaria? First on the list. Why ...

Day 4 - Orphanage, Varna, Bulgaria travel blog

Day 4 - Orphanage

A travel blog entry by bedford10

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... a football for the kids) to a McDonald's on the outskirts of Varna. There we met Deni (a friend of mine who I had met in Bulgaria on past trips) who kindly drove us all the way to the orphanage via Provadia, her hometown. But at first her car refused to ...

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