MPM Kalina Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Non-smoking hotel
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... clothing (there's also a lot of fur being sold here). Every street seems to be a shopping street, and if a space turns out not to be a shop, then it's most certainly a restaurant with a tout standing outside trying to entice people to enter.
We went back to St. Stephen's (which we passed last night). It's Stefan's favorite church not just because it's named for him (or vice versa) but because the interior is covered in frescos. It hasn't ...
... too, and there has been a boom in Japanese tourists in Bulgaria since the '80s. Some liked Bulgaria so much that they decided to stay, partly for the weather and partly for the rakia. In fact, one Bulgarian landlord complained that his Japanese tenants not only didn't pay their rent, they also drank all of his rakia!
A recent rose-related craze among Japanese women is to take rose oil pills. Then if they sweat, they smell of roses. Stefan says ...
... let about five vehicles through from each lane, in turn. Just as well because ten lanes became two. Why? Well, because the vehicles had to be "desinfected" and there were only two sprays. We then had to stop at another booth to hand in vehicle documents (again) and pay for the unsolicited shower – unfortunate timing as ‘Bo had just been washed. We held our breath, hoping they didn’t require Brutus to be showered. He wasn’t.
... Traffic there was pure chaos, but eventually, we made it out of the city.
It was almost time to look for a place where we could get lunch. No such luck until right before Bulgarian border and even there we only stopped at a supermarket, so we don't pass out from being hungry, and kept going.
And again, we were in a country that uses cyrillica. Time to remember everything we learned during the couple hours ...
... 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. ...