Astera Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... pendant. Then it was time for GELATO and a little R & R. This evening we had a cooking demo by Stefan and the owner of our hotel. They demonstrated hoe to make "mishmash", which contains eggs, feta cheese, tomatoes, red peppers, onion, and a special sauce. Of course we got to eat it! Then they made "banitsa", which is a phyllo dough and feta cheese dish. We've had that for ...
... it in it's full glory- or so I thought. Little did I know or could find out on the website, majority of the collection is currently on tour elsewhere in Europe. So when I arrive what is on display while impressive is a bit of a let down. After scouring the collection at the museum for the Tombs of Sipan in Peru the amount on display was the equivalent to what was found with one body there. Iwas expecting a large portion of the museum to ...
... in advance, eating ice cream from a stall in the main street and having lunch and browsing the shops on the craftsmen's street. We had lunch on the balcony at Stratilat Café (an old favourite of mine), so we could look at the view while we were eating.
On our way back from the station we passed a gathering by one of the monuments off the main street. There were lots of bikes around, ...
... apples and raspberry sauce and rabbit with bacon; she orders bulgur balls with spinach and goat cheese and a duck fillet in marmalade and we Polish off a good bottle of South African Pinotage and talk politics and books and travel and swap stories until we're the last ones in the place. Back on Maria Louisa Boulevard we say goodnight and goodbye and I walk back along dark and empty streets to the hotel on this my last night in ...
... out of town to find somewhere to stay the first few villages seemed like the wild west (of Cumbria). But as ever by day two everything seemed normal, friendly, safe but fascinating.
The weather has taken a turn and the last few days have been rainy, but warm. The Bulgaria we have passed through so far has been very different to the city we are in now, the roads have been legendary - pot holes you could lose a bus in- and there has been no ...