LION Hotel Sunny Beach
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Fri 12th: Got to the 'Island' of Nesebar where we were faced with car parking problem since cars are not allowed into the old city area without permits. After wandering around with backpacks etc and GPS, we finally found an old lady in a little shop with a key to our room - not exactly a ...
Our first stop is Nessebar, a quiet little port in Bulgaria. The seaside town is a mix of old and new. On one side of the harbor we see modern hotels and, on the other, there are remnants of buildings from the Roman period. We walk thru the older section with its quaint shops and rough cobblestone streets. It's a little warm and humid out, so we walk down and dip our feet in the cool Black Sea. We stay in town until 1:00 and then head back ...
... fairground, fastfood stalls and the Bulgarian equivalent of kiss me quick hats.
*No surprise then that we pick the latter for a sunset supper of fresh fish. If you go to Sozopol, the street where the best restaurants can be found is Ul Morksu Skali.
* Our hotel is a 30 minute walk out of the old town, with a small swimming pool and good sea views. Gosh, this evening our trip is beginning to feel like a holiday!
... as for most of us it was our first holiday away without the parents. I would like to think we did make an actual effort to factor in some cultural activities.However when we arrived we realised pretty quickly that wasn't going to be the case.
This holiday was fun as although i drank a lot i was still reasonably sensible, i think this came from it being my first holiday away from my parents and i must have felt them looking over my shoulder the ...
... bit of English. Eventually he called me over and said "ah boat people", smiled at his joke, scribbled in my passport and said we could go.... so we did. The Bulgarian side was actually pretty swift but I was glad we had read that we had to buy a road tax sticker because 20km down the road we were stopped by the police for a "vignette" check. A quick look at the sticker and passport and off we went.