Grifid Hotels Club Hotel Bolero
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... on the right between tee and green. It's a carry of about a hundred and twenty yards that way. There's a dry land route to the left with a bunker at the top of the slope guarding the entrance that way. Guy encourages his opponent to aim left, not wanting her to suffer the disappointment of a splash. She takes her recovery-weapon (with which she's formed a bag-like relationship), announces that she's aiming left and hits the ball firmly ...
... nothing on arriving to service some of the overweight Russian mafia who seem to mingle effortlessly with ordinary families on package holidays. We're definitely the oddity in the place... although there appear to be one or two Italians (?) here on golf or tennis packages. We're loving it!! Hilli's 'summary #1' Lost - 1 glove - Hilli - somewhere in Spain, replaced in Munich Broken - 1 pair sunglasses - Guy - replaced in Vienna Discarded - 1 book - Lottie - in Bucharest Best ...
... a sort of crazy school dining room with all manner of oddities in steaming bowls or cold platters on offer. We decide that we really have to try to play golf here before we leave. But first things first... tomorrow we're going to explore Balchik and Varna. Balchik is reputed to be lovely and used to be the holiday residence of the Romanian royal family in the late nineteenth century. Romania lost Balchik to Bulgaria before ...
Met some crazy girls in the hotel. We spend some days together sunbathing and swimming.. but mostly enjoyed the nightlife. If you want to party cheap you should definatly go to Golden Sands!
In happy hour you can get 3 cocktails for 5 € ! In Germany u cant even get ...
... a bit like we'd entered an abandoned town ravaged by war decades before), the landscape suddenly became green. Fields upon fields of sunflowers, grapes and sweetcorn. Open plains became winding forest roads and then, having only seen it through the fog on our boat tour up the Bosphorus, there it was: the Black Sea in all of its sparkling glory.
We arrived at Varna bus station (I say bus station, it was more like a ...