Panorama Fort Beach Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... group of us went in search of lunch. We tried one place that Stefan had recommended but it was closed for lunch today. We tried another place recommended by Stefan but it was booked for a large group. So we tried a third place recommended by Stefan; success! A Russian restaurant named for Peter I, it was very fancy inside: all crimson and gold and sparkling silver lights. Our waiter never once smiled and was more than a little forbidding, so I didn't have the guts to take a picture of ...
... word "chicken" when we mimed flapping and clucked at him. (This was not random. We were trying to figure out if something on our plates was, indeed, chicken.) We were served the apparently mandatory shopska salad, chips, dolmas, stuffed cabbage leaves, a pork patty, and chicken shish kabob. An odd assortment but it worked. Dessert was an ice cream pie.
It's 10:30 now and I'm very tired. I'm not even sure if the wi-fi works, and I may be too sleepy to find ...
... rose field we headed into the town centre to visit the famous Thracian tomb. This we were unable to do; it was locked up and apparently only archaeologists and other official people are allowed in. We did however visit the full-scale replica round the corner. This is absolutely tiny, but the frescoes are fantastically well done. You would never guess that they are replicas if you didn't know otherwise.
It was another hour and a half before we arrived in ...
... On the way back from the fortress we went inside an Orthodox church round the corner from my flat. There were some beautiful icons, but the interior as a whole was very gloomy. The priest followed us around too, which was a little bit offputting.
We rested for a couple of hours on our return, before going out to a restaurant called Hadji Nikoli. This is the same place that we teachers got taken out to in my first week in Bulgaria. ...
... to be called a palace), stands about 14 stories high with the structure below ground, built as an atomic bomb bunker, probably being deeper than it is high. During the 1980s Ceausescu exported Romanian food to try and reduce foreign debt and this resulted in food shortages and rationing. We saw the balcony where Ceausescu gave his last speech to a large crowd who turned ugly on him, and in a panic, he took off from the ...