Andalucia Beach Hotel & Residence
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... well-looked-after until recently, so a great many of the frescos have faded or been damaged. Some still have remarkable color. It's very popular with visitors, but I wonder how long that will last. It's not very big inside, and I can't help thinking of all the breathing and humid bodies potentially further ruining the paint.
Our next church was Sveti Spas, "sveti" meaning saint and "spas" being the first few letters of the Greek word for savior; ...
... this, and it worked.
The area also has the largest Kalashnikov factory in Bulgaria (though it doesn't pay any patent royalties to the Russians). This means that Kazanluk can be called, yes, the town of Guns & Roses. Between the roses and the guns, unemployment in the area is only four percent.
So our first stop in Kazanluk was at the Iskra Museum and Art Gallery. Stefan's mom used to work at the museum, and she was there to ...
... which goes through to Burgas.
By this time it was after 9pm and properly dark. There had not been a single hint of a suitable place to stop. We made the decision to stop over in the parking area behind a fuel station. We rejected the first couple but at the third found a quiet corner behind the building. The entire area is monitored by CCTV cameras and the ablutions (including a shower) were acceptable. Not knowing what to expect we were ...
... br> Well of course we didn't. We were about to drive away with it hanging open. I bet the lady at the gas station had a good laugh because I know we did.
We arrived at Zlatna Ribka Camping in Sozopol in a pretty good time. I know we didn't do much all day, but sit in the car. But now we had the whole evening for ourselves. Later we found out there was a camp right beside us that looked.... free. Literally no one to ...
... with beautiful frescoes. Churches dated from the 13-14th century. Then we were on our own to shop! We had a nice lunch overlooking the harbor. Tonite is our group happy hour. Tomorrow we are on the road again to another town on the Black Sea-Varna. ...