Pirin Park Hotel
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... We thought it would arrive by Saturday so had a booked a couple of nights at a hotel with thermal pools in Sandanski for a little break from being in Tilly.
Our room had a balcony overlooking the pool area. We really enjoyed the pools, an indoor and outdoor pool at 32 degrees and another one at 38 degrees. The hotel was right next door to the town centre with lots of cafes and restaurants so that was nice and ...
... lots of campsite was only one, that was closed! I popped into a wine store for any other directions for another site and he confirmed there were no others... But thought a nearby winery might allow people to stay. Good enough for us, so we set off. A guy was near the gates waiting and let us in, we realised that the wine store guy has kindly called ahead. I cooked up a mince pasta dish that was pretty damm tasty as the guys entertained the ...
The room was a bit cool re the a/c overnight so up at 0600. Time passed until brekkie. Suggested to Red somebody probably pushed Daniela without asking the group to move the final group meal to tonight. I've done 45 to 50 group trips and every one of them has has a final group meal on the final night of the trip. I'm happy to miss it, the chemistry just not there in any event.
I think the switch has nothing to do with the Explore flight people leaving early. ...
10 of us jumped into two private buses this morning with our driver, Jorgi again, to drive up the nearby ski resort of Mt Vihen, at around 2500 metres. Our guide, Kraski, was a local ski instructor. He had won three bronze and one silver in the Bulgarian downhill and slalom so a pretty fit character. He took us for a half an hour walk up the hillside to a lake, through the snow.
We thought it was going to be a ...
... campervan in their back garden. WHY??? Crazy town.
Once we arrived at the Dancing Bear Sanctuary, we met one of the keepers, Vil. She explained that the bears had all been rescued from various places around the country and there were, supposedly, none left performing in Bulgaria. The original owners would somehow get them as one year olds, put their paws on hot plates and play the violin. Once they stopped the music, they would remove the hot plates. ...