Hotel Aqua Bourgas
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... Crossing the isthmus was super-windy; I worried whether I'd ever be able to comb my hair again! We followed Stefan's directions—or so we thought—but managed to get lost anyhow. We had to ask three separate people for directions, including a kind restaurant tout. We finally found it but we couldn't figure out how Stefan's super-simple directions were actually supposed to get us there. Perhaps there's another supermarket and we just missed it. Anyway, ...
... because we only had 30 minutes to eat our lunch and use the bathrooms. Lunch was brought by a family from the town of Shipka, and we had chosen a couple of days ago what we wanted. My sandwich, which was enormous, was chicken with peppers, pickles, and french fries (inside the sandwich), and there were grapes, Fanta, and a chocolate dessert thing. Very good and very filling. We had to eat in the bus because it suddenly started to pour.
Welcome to Bulgaria. There was also a queue, kilometres long, of trucks waiting to go into Turkey. We couldn’t decide if they had had equipment problems or whether the volume exceeded processing capacity.
As advised in pre-reading we stopped at the first fuel station to purchase a vignette. As a PR exercise of first impressions this did not have a positive outcome. The place was tatty with lots of litter. They ...
... too much time.
Bucharest is a nice city. Kinda creepy looking though. The buildings look old. Like, very old. Some of them obviously falling apart. However there is a lot of billboards and all kinds of advertisements pretty much everywhere you look. Imagine a tall building that looks like it can hardly be used for anything anymore. In the middle of the city. And a huge, new-looking can of Pepsi on top of it. A creepy ...
... 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. ...