Alia Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from our apartment we have a great beach, nice for swimming. The water is admittedly cool by Muscat standards but even I have had a good long swim. The area is very nice, good beaches, lots of restaurants and bars but obviously aimed a families rather than the 'young' crowd. Interestingly lots of Bulgarian and Rumanian cars here and I would agree a better choice than the Black Sea. The prices are 'European' though and twice as much as we paid in ...
... Russian and Arabic". I spoke Arabic in Turkey and Russian in Bulgaria, it was good for shopping.
Bulgaria has beautiful countryside but I found the towns depressing, all those rotting concrete blocks of apartments and every pavement broken and derelict. The government must be both corrupt and incompetent and it's a tough burden for the population. There has been a massive brain drain, it's the only European country where the population is decreasing. ...
GÜN 11 GÜNLERDEN PAZARTESİ:
Nea Moudanıa 'dan rahat çıktık ...zaten Sanı 'ye kadar yol otoban ve Sani' kavşağında sahile dönüyorsunuz...
bu akşam düğün falan yok
Her taraf sessiz ve sakin ..
biraz daha oyalanıp yattık ...
... and a bit of german! He brought us to the Sani resort even though he didnt need to go there, and told us: Money-problem call me! We still are surprised by all the good people in the world and after the trip we decided to share all the positivity even more!!:) In Sani resort we found a cheap camping. The resort is a fancy place for mostly russian people, but the sea is just amazing. We met Despina, after i think ...
... rich history. It was one of our most interesting in terms of travel and navigating, we learned you have to ask at least 4 Greeks for directions and then find a tourist to get the correct directions. Everything is in Greek and is impossible to understand, they don't believe in maps except for hand drawn ones and they talk incredibly fast....now I know where the saying"it's all Greek to me" comes from. I used it often!
Their food ...