Grand Victoria Hotel
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... is rather lovely, though nothing out of the ordinary.
We passed through the Valley of the Thracian Kings, a/k/a The Valley of Roses. Kazanluk, our destination, is smack in the middle of this valley. Roses are a big deal in Bulgaria, as 60 percent of the world's rose products come from here. The harvest is over 40 days from May to June, and there are three varieties grown. A skilled picker can pick 50 kilos of rose petals a day, and it takes ...
August 14 2015 Bulgaria
After 47 days in Turkey we feel we must move on so headed for Bulgaria. It seemed to take forever to get onto the ring road and we had one very tight spell. We had missed a crucial turning and ended up in a light industrial area– mainly related to motor industry. The problem was twofold. There was no space to make a U turn. The GPS directed us to turn left – we ended up in a maze of narrow streets at the bottom of ...
... what was nice, passed a group of cyclists from Slovakia. Sometimes, it's nice to meet people from your own country while travelling.
Today, we were literally stopping nowhere except for coffee breaks (and you know, posting pics on facebook. Good news- OMV gas stations have wifi!).
We did go to Bucharest as planned, however we just drove through, looking around from the car. By actually stopping to walk around, we'd ...
... with beautiful frescoes. Churches dated from the 13-14th century. Then we were on our own to shop! We had a nice lunch overlooking the harbor. Tonite is our group happy hour. Tomorrow we are on the road again to another town on the Black Sea-Varna. ...
... was discovered during WWII while they were digging for .....something!? Not too terrible exciting. We did have a chance to meet Stefan's mom at the museum- that was cute! Of course no English! Our last stop with our sack lunches was at a Russian Church - one of only two in Bulgaria. It was stunning! Then it was back on the bus for a four hour drive. Nesebar has a cute little old down out on an isthmus, which is where we are staying. We have a nice balcony and ...