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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the right. It's not just a bit right... we're talking the right-hand edge of the green. Guy gets ready to offer comfort for the impending disaster. But no, the ball thuds into the bank, leaps into the air and rolls onto the green. Game, set and match! To celebrate her win, Hilli takes Guy to the a la carte restaurant at the hotel where we have a nice meal beside the (still) quiet pool area. Guy wins Grandma's which eases the pain a ...
... explain the abandoned building-site back towards the town. The house is full of atmosphere and has been converted back to its former state as a royal retreat. It's very clearly a place which meant a huge amount to Maria. On our return it's a swim/pilates for Hilli + gym/sauna for Guy and then a beer and supper. We're very entertained by the selection of people appearing at the hotel. Loads of Romanians arriving for some sort of conference... as well as a couple of girls ...
... a sort of crazy school dining room with all manner of oddities in steaming bowls or cold platters on offer. We decide that we really have to try to play golf here before we leave. But first things first... tomorrow we're going to explore Balchik and Varna. Balchik is reputed to be lovely and used to be the holiday residence of the Romanian royal family in the late nineteenth century. Romania lost Balchik to Bulgaria before ...
... for that price.
So, we were pleasant to meet other party-people and having awesome nights with them.
I also went to Varna, 1. to go shopping in the Grand Mall (highly recommendable) and 2. to have a walk in the park. I wasn't that impressed; it was nice.
... of Constantine and St Helena which is clearly where all the fancy pants people holiday. We went on a very rickety cable car (sorry no photos, I was clinging onto everything for dear life). We laughed at the pot holes. And the best part? We made friends with a lovely Romanian couple and their adorable baby girl. They introduced us to homemade Palinka (!!!), and warned us about the gypsies in Bucharest. And we drank beer! Just the ticket!