Astera Hotel & Spa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
Photos of Astera Hotel & Spa
TripAdvisor Reviews Astera Hotel & Spa Varna
Travel Blogs from Varna
Bulgaria has experienced an explosion in popularity in the last couple of years as a holiday destination. Fueled by cheap prices and now, increasingly, by Spanish style all-inclusive package deals, the Black Sea coast, along with the capital, Sofia, are reaping the benefits of the tourist boom. If you want to experience a slightly different side to this ...
... more answers.
I feel more and more frustrated and sad that I don't have any. I feel frustrated that He is just incapable of being more adult about the whole thing. It's so simple! Why can't He just speak to me and be sorry for what he had done and start being a friend like He claimed He wanted to be - like we could be. I don't understand why if a relationship ends, it can't just revert back to friendship? You obviously got along and had many things ...
... Islam, his religion. In the late afternoon Eirini and Iliana left to the store to pick up the ingredients they needed for a traditional Greek meal—minced meat, flat pasta, cheese, and oil. They made enough food for 10 people and the five of us ate every last bite.
The next morning I ate at a beautiful Bulgarian restaurant five minutes from the water. I had a fish soup that was about $4, made from seafood fresh from the Black Sea. I took a bus to Veliko Tarnovo that ...
... my bike had suffered from a bout of ****** petrol. I put in some higher than usual octane gas and hoped she would be ok. There was a strange rattling noise coming from the front of my bike. I assumed it was my screen which is only held on by stupidity but it turned out to be coming from the back of the bike in front.
Like earlier as soon as we left the station the scenery changed only this time the main road became a back-street and the warnings about the Eastern part of ...
... even the 6 year olds that we have with us this year. Needless to say our efforts to emulate them were embarassingly amusing but we had a lot of fun and the children we really excited and joyful to see us joining in with their clebrations. Thankfully there's no photographic evidence for any of this. I hope.
Yesterday we also said goodbye to the inimitable Mr Big. Pete Cole has once again been an integral part of the team this year and the last day wasn't the same without ...