Veliko Tarnovo Hotel Premier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Greetings from Varna
Well, the ship has exceeded our expectations. We have found out we have a fantastic package unbeknown to us. On the evening of Day 1, on checking out our documentation, we saw Wave Prom, well we didn't know what that meant so down to Guest Relations to find out we can get all fresh juices, sodas, water, beer, wine and cocktails for free plus we don't have to pay any gratuities. ...
... modern Egyptian style art. The city is wonderful - from the old centre you can get glimpses down at the newer city at every street. Veliko was a cultural capital during the Middle Ages, and they have found traces of human settlements here beginning in 3000 BC. We planned to take a train to Plovdiv, but the guy working at the hostel told us the train tracks were under renovation, so we decided to take a bus instead. It was another early day as the bus left at 8am from the ...
... days to come. In Veliko Tărnovo we finally scored the best room with views over the river towards the mountains. It is a pretty town built on a steep hillside, houses on top of houses. A long morning walk through the old town led us to Tsarevets Hill with the Royal Palace and Partriarchal Church. A short drive to Arbanassi revealed a most unusual Church of Nativity. Outside it looked like a stone barn so invaders wouldn't realise it was a ...
... explored all avenues to find out what was going on. Couldn't contact Heather, who had sent the text. Went up to the hotel where we were staying, and for the first time on this trip, we were at a hotel where no one spoke English!! Using sign language and some charades we tried to indicate what we knew, and borrowed one of their phones to contact Andie, the tour leader, but only getting voice mail. Finally Peter's wife, Marg, turned up and explained.
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... was opened in 1981. It was conceived as a temple to communism, but abandoned after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe.
Even the site has been abandoned for more than two decades, it is still an very impressive architecture. I had no idea how the Bulgarian could build this giant building on top of a mountain and thought what a waste of money to do so.