Travel Blogs from Sveti Vlas
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... it would be less hassle than trying to park in the town.
Monday 2nd - We got a taxi in to the centre of town, but to be honest from a distance this place looks awful. High-rise flats, brewery, busy roads. But we were very pleasantly surprised when we broke through that layer and arrived at the old town. We wandered up the cobbled streets towards the fort, stopping for the biggest slice of cake in the world (which I didn't finish!). After refreshments, ...
... traitors and wrong doers were thrown to their death! This was a nice quiet town, and stayed in a great hostel that not only gave us breakfast but dinner and a beer as well! There was also a lovely gazebo with bunches of grapes hanging down, ready to eat - a great place to relax and we met many fellow travellers. From here we went out to the 12th century Dryanovo monastery, tucked in under steep cliffs. Had a short walk ...
... Although Bulgaria is one of the poorest countries in Europe, the local villagers are lovely people. Our immediate neighbour, Georgi, who is over eighty, is a prime example. He lives on his own. His daughter and grand-daughter sometimes pay him a visit. He take very good care of Pat and Nev that he often looks over the fence from his garden to make sure Pat and Nev are alright. If Pat and ...
... My decision to visit Bulgaria was because of our second eldest daughter's name Sophia – The Capital of Bulgaria is Sofia! So logically we should go there – right?
- Full name: Republic of Bulgaria
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed