Bells Kambanite

Address: Sveti Vlas, Sveti Vlas, Burgas, 8256, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Sveti Vlas, Sveti Vlas.
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Travel Blogs from Sveti Vlas

Makgoha^gc and Tiger Food

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 10, 2015

3 comments, 18 photos

... ended up being outside the wall. No one ever suspected that anything important would be outside the wall.

A particular feature of 18th-century Bulgarian houses is that they were often built in a symmetrical style. We saw one from the outside (the LaMartine house, named for a French poet who had to stay there for a few months recovering from a fever and who then wrote a poem lauding the Bulgarians' kindness and hospitality) and went into another that now houses the ...


A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 09, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... We had to rush, though, as we had to dash back to our rooms, get our luggage, cross the courtyard — a very rocky surface — and get loaded on to the bus. The drive back down the mountain was twisty, of course, but we were also surprised at how poor the highway was once we got back down to the foothills. We bumped and bumped and swayed along, and I feel lucky I didn't get sick.

After four hours, we stopped at the Bessa Valley Winery. This ...

The Valley of the Roses

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on May 28, 2015

18 photos

... red, pink or white roses. Wonderful scents hanging languorously in the air. Roses as far as the eye can see (until the mountains appear in the horizon)! The reality is not quite like that, however. Now Mum and I were under no false illusions - we knew it wasn't going to be like the idealised image it's easy to come up with - and so we still really liked what we saw. There was a lot of farmland, both arable and for livestock, but we did pass the occasional field of pink ...

Mum in Veliko Tarnovo

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Oct 29, 2014

25 photos

... in some shop windows - some of the shops looked closed because they were in darkness, but when we looked more closely we saw the shopkeeper just sitting at a till or table, looking out at us! Quite peculiar and disconcerting. Then we crossed the road and joined a road nicknamed the 'craftsman's street' - quite touristy now but has been filled with craftsman's shops since the mid-19th century. I left Mum here to explore because I had to go back ...

Romania and Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Aug 30, 2013

52 photos

... and contains much of the original furniture used by their forebears. It had several floors, nooks and crannies, including a secret passage, and think the NZ architect Ian Athfield would have envied the architecture of this place. It was hard to leave this idyllic valley and head to yet another city, but we had to return our rental car to Bucharest. At least the apartment we had was awesome - central, spacious, ...