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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Tombul Mosque, the largest, still serviceable mosque in Bulgaria.
It was a treat for us, not to actually see a mosque (of which we have seen many and varied), but to be allowed to enter and photograph with freedom, even though we are non-believers.
The building, dating from the 1700's, is in a constant state of repair, but if you can sort through the maze of scaffolding, it ...
... you. All of them except for the two puppies, who decided this was the best time to play and they start jumping around you and barking like crazy.
This was my morning. Which would be nice, puppies are always nice, right? But you know what else puppies do? They like to bite- jest for fun. Except these puppies definitely never got a shot or anything to make sure they don't have rabies. Well, this sucks. Therefore I can't let ...
... leave from here. It was only five minutes' walk. Once we got there, however, a large construction site was where the station should have been. Ah. I suddenly realised why the bus had taken us to a different bus station yesterday. Just to confirm my suspicion, in Bulgarian I asked the lady at the nearby ferry service hut where we should get the bus to Sozopol. "Avtogara Zapad" she said. That's the west bus station. Suspicions confirmed!
... motorcycle-trousered Hilli scours the area. She's just about to declare a state of зелен хайве 88; (wild-goose-chase) when, glory of glory, there it is! Suitably wooled-up, the Raven sets off for the coast below Burgas. The road to Burgas leads away from the sea and is lovely... forests and rolling agricultural land. We drop down from the hills back to the Black Sea coast at Burgas itself ...
... We are optimistic that it will be a quick and painless experience. We are wrong.
*We are forced to pay a fine for the second time of our trip – the first one being paid in Slovakia a few days ago. Romanian officials ask us to produce a Vignette receipt – basically proof that we have paid road tax whilst in Romania. Apparently we should have bought a valid vignette at the border where we entered Romania. We actually crossed ...