Astera Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... if it shares a border with them. You also get Transit cards which you can say is a particular country or sea. A very good idea for a game!
Tea was quite brief because we still weren't as hungry as we could have been. We didn't have the Christmas pudding at all in the end, because we knew it would be filling.
All day I kept a Christmas candle burning for Dad. Mum had given it to Dave to take with him to Bulgaria.
... nuts, jars of preserved peppers and tomatoes, bagged dried herbs, dried peppers, jars of honey and last of all, slabs of raw, white animal fat. Near the entrance to the market some women were selling bare branches of a certain type of tree, that I think I mentioned I saw sold in Sofia, along with branches of fir.
After stocking up on Christmas food at the supermarket below, we dumped the stuff at the flat and had a rest before going out again for lunch and some ...
Breakfast at Hostel Mostel was very good - Bulgarian yoghurt ('kiselo mlyako'), Bulgarian feta cheese ('cirene'), boiled eggs, olives, salad items, scrambled eggs, sliced apple, sliced kiwi fruit, waffles, jam, chocolate spread, cereal, milk, juice, tea and coffee. After filling ourselves up we had a game of pool on the free pool table, packed up our stuff and got them to order a taxi to the main bus station for us.
The time was now about 9.45 ...
... a bit like we'd entered an abandoned town ravaged by war decades before), the landscape suddenly became green. Fields upon fields of sunflowers, grapes and sweetcorn. Open plains became winding forest roads and then, having only seen it through the fog on our boat tour up the Bosphorus, there it was: the Black Sea in all of its sparkling glory.
We arrived at Varna bus station (I say bus station, it was more like a ...
... creams. I took the time in Varna to chill, read some books and enjoy my time in Eastern Europe rather than travelling around like a mad man.
The second morning in Varna, I was planning to check out, hang around the hostel and wait for an evening train to Bucharest. But, during my lazy Saturday, I failed to pick up an international ticket from the international train ticket office that does not open on ...