Panorama Fort Beach Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Dear Friends and some of my favorite people on the planet!
I absolutely cannot believe I have been here in Bulgaria for over a year already. It has gone by so fast and I have had so many amazing experiences and have been around so many great things happening in this little country. It is like the last frontier of Europe to get the preaching work done here.
I was so happy to see many of you while back in Canada in June-July but that ...
... rebuilt and restored, and now once again plays host to plays and concerts throughout the year. The ancient theatre is a pretty awe-inspiring place to simply walk around, but it takes on a life of its own when used as a performance space, so make sure you have a look at the many concerts on throughout the year when you visit.
... in the middle of the mountain range that divides the north from the south. Actually called the Rose Valley, it must be amazing when all the roses are in flower and I can’t imagine the smell. Ches and I stop to smell the
roses in Petersham park on every circuit on our morning and evening walks. I’d never get her out of the valley and I must see if we can google any photos or Youtube ...
... The suppression of this uprising was so violent that Western nations finally took notice of the plight of the Bulgarian people, and the Russians, looking to regain some of the territories they had lost in the preceding Crimean war, used the opportunity to declare war on Turkey in 1877. The Russians were joined by the Bulgarians and several other Balkan nations who were trying to gain independence from the Turks. Many Bulgarians living in Romania organized (they were called the ...
... without expression’ and not many smiles or outward laughter.
Sveti Vlas, Bulgaria (pronounced ‘sweaty ass’)
Note: After arriving to 40 degrees centigrade the transliteration was a ...