- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Had a good sleep in and got up about 11am. Walked to the bus station to sort out our ride to Istanbul in a couple of days. Didn't have any dramas with this. Wondered around for the rest of the day. It was too cold and windy to go swimming unfortunately. Walked a full loop of the massive sea garden which was nice. Good views over the Black Sea. Saw it was about to start raining so we went to ...
Caught the 10.30am train from Sofia to Varna. We had heard the trains could be really old and ****** and there could be thefts but when we got on it was fine. It was the first time we were in actual 8 seat cabins. A friendly lady in our cabin spoke really good English which was reassuring. Arrived in Sofia about 6pm and walked to the hostel. The hostel was called Flag Hostel Varna and two young Bulgarian girls, Daisy and Ellie, living there full time and an ...
... away my tears. And I have my first swim in the Black Sea. It's not quite as clear as the Aegean or the Med, but it's pretty transparent still and, it's also still lifeless. In Varna, they have a Sea Garden, essentially a parkland running parallel to the sea side for some kilometres. It's a great place to wander, get lost and then find your way. I hit the beach where everyone is paying for beach chairs, but then head north, past all the beach bars. ...
... It would appear that your position on the road is directly proportional to the amount of capital expended on said motor vehicle. The bigger the dollar value seems to imply they have the right of way.. which is conveyed in a very calm manner in some very fast overtaking and not abiding by the township road speed limits.
Anyway so after Transylvania (the heart of Rainomania which we bailed out off, bailed being the key word as the ...
... exciting thing we saw was a protest of Bulgarians with Russian flags protesting against the U.S. About 10 people...no crowd. Just a TV camera. Stefan said they are there every Sunday and talked to them...asked about the Ukraine and Crimea. That didn't go over well. Today we just walked by! Quiet evening, and then off to Veliko Tarnova tomorrow! Last stop before Sofia and the end of the ...