Grifid Hotels Club Hotel Bolero
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... went….. haha no I did not the water was cold and I did not want to let Australia down with a shrunken image.
So interestingly enough it was quite fascinating to watch the naked ego thing in a Napoleon style stance weaponry on the ready. I think you guys will get the idea anyway given we had established camp and could not be bothered moving we did not let such details worry us and had a refreshingly pleasant evening in the much quieter ...
Varna is a pretty nondescript town. Third largest in Bulgaria, with a large port and beaches. And a history of Mafia. We went to ANOTHER archeological museum. This one is known for having the oldest collection of worked gold in the world. Otherwise, a lot of Greek and Roman things. We had lunch at a Turkish restaurant along the pedestrian promenade, then headed back for some R & R. ...
... a pair of beachfront water slides for a bit of fun in the sun and if you really want a swim there is a chlorinated pool a little further up the beach. It doesn't come cheap though with entrance fees nearly double what we'd pay at home for access to a public pool.
I climb the stairs away from the beach encountering the Bulgarian Naval Museum. The adjacent grounds are scattered with Soviet era relics. Possibly an interesting ...
... out into the Black Sea and has been of strategic importance and therefore inhabited by Thracians, Romans and Ottomans before the Bulgarians got it back. The scenery is dramatic in all directions with what look like chalk cliffs to the south and red sandstone to the north. Legend has it that the red is due to all the bloody battles over the millennia. Also a legend that 40 maidens tied their hair together and jumped off the cliffs during the Ottoman invasion to escape a worse fate at ...
... Eastern Europe, and easily rivalling things I saw in Rome in quality if not in presentation, and so little is known of their existence. There is obviously a lot more buried beneath the modern streets.
The Romans were very clever - all the underfloor heating structures are very well preserved here, and then in the Arch. Museum there were other things that have been recovered - shop signs, one for a brothel (the oldest ...