Hotel Barbov

Address: 39, Chernomorska sStreet, Obzor, Burgas, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 39, Chernomorska sStreet, Obzor.
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      Travel Blogs from Obzor

      Celebrity constellation - free drinks!!!

      A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Oct 16, 2014

      ... good.

      Burgas yesterday, we went out to Nessebar which is outside Burgas. A lovely old area and worth the visit. Now in another city in Bulgaria, the second largest city. We decided to walk around ourselves as we are churched out.

      Off to Sochi tonight, can't get off ship in Russia unless we are on a ship excursions, well we have money to burn.

      Happy Birthday Mark for today.
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      Veliko Tărnovo

      A travel blog entry by alyssamyc on Oct 11, 2014

      3 photos

      Bulgaria is amazing! Probably one of my favourite countries so far that I've ever been. We began in Veliko Tărnovo after another long train ride from Bucharest. We didn't get off to such a good start - we arrived at night at the train station, which we discovered is in the middle of nowhere. A man standing on the tracks followed us around for about an hour, asking if we needed help and saying he'd help us find the hostel if we paid for his bus ticket. But we knew where ...

      Bulgaria

      A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Oct 10, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Wednesday 8 October today we left Bucharest for Veliko Tărnovo. Enroute we stopped to visit the Ivanovo Rock hewn Churches which are included in the UNESCO list Of World and Cultural Heritage. After slowly climbing a rather steep gradient we reached the main church in the rock. The frescos were amazing as were the views across the limestone canyon which had been carved by rivers thousands of years ago. The walk down the steps saw our knees ...

      Walking in the mountains

      A travel blog entry by coultc01 on Jul 07, 2014

      34 photos

      ... communist revolution of 1923 with the occupation by the Red Army at the end of the Second World War. The monument is still standing and maintained and still draws crowds of visitors.

      After the three day walk we spent a day or two in Koprivshtitsa, another mountain resort, famous because it is very difficult to pronounce. Many of the houses are restored as museums. Down in the valley is the town of Hisar ...

      Under communist eyes

      A travel blog entry by solitarysoul on Jun 21, 2014

      1 photo

      ... way in through a tiny hole in the rubble.
      The darkened debris-filled rooms were eerily reminiscent of first person shoot-em-up video games. I half expected to see Nazi zombies. Otherwise, it mostly seemed like any other abandoned concrete building… until I made it to the next level. My jaw dropped after climbing the last set of stairs leading to the meeting room. The daylight shone through the holey roof revealing a huge circus-like arena ...