Astera Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... father of Alexander the Great. (The name Plovdiv derives from the name Philip.) Plovdiv is, in fact, the oldest continuously inhabited city in Europe — older than Athens, older than Rome. The Thracians settled here long before the Romans, and I believe we'll be learning more about the Thracians tomorrow. We also saw the ruins of a Roman odeon (a small theater) and a library. They know it was a library based on some small bits they found with the names of library users.
... founded by a French count sometime in the last decade or so. The workers are mostly Bulgarian, but there is a French consultant who manages the place. We had a little tour and learned about the French oak barrels in which the wine ages. They cost between 5000-8000 euros and are only used three times before being sold.
We tasted the winery's rosť, a young red, and an aged red. The rosť was very good, the young red tasted of berries and butter, and ...
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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 ...
... book and spent my first day buried in Wurthering Heights, two days on the beach and a walking tour later it was time to go.
The beach was alright, calm, full of bright green seaweed and there was enough sand to spread my towel. Spoilt Australian expectations strike again, it’s hard not to compare Varna to the Great Ocean Road. Still when travelling I tell my self (mostly) things are not better nor worse, simply ...
... salt in the wounds, the carriages that we were on actually passed through Veliko Tarnovo at the start (indeed, there's a direct train from Veliko Tarnovo to Istanbul everyday at 6:05 pm)...HAD the ticket office simply been OPEN like it said it would...then we would've avoided ALL of this!!!! AHHHHH
Still, arriving in Istanbul MORE than made up for this haha, will type out the entry later but so busy right now catching up with all the relatives back in Hong Kong. XD