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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids pool
- Multilingual staff
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... had been declined. Had another go at paying our hotel bill in reception, but no joy. Then went to ATM and withdrew money no problem. Bulgarian visa card system is definitely suspect.
So by the time we went out to eat, I was stressed as well as starving. Forgot to put lipstick on - that's how bad it was. Back to Plakomoto and lovely view for risotto and salad with a nice bottle of rose to settle our nerves.
Another exhausting day on holiday!
... one of the churches ( how did they make such good maps 800 years ago? And how come this tiny place - called Mesembria then - was so important?) and a bit of sleeping / reading on the beach. No sun loungers available yet, but lots of activity suggesting they will be soon. Maybe the season starts on June 1st.
Fab dinner tonight at the chickens' place. Very pretty sunset but no pics. And so to ...
... bit tricky to drive to and find our hotel because we a had to have a permit to drive into the old town, but once here, we have a lovely room with everything we need - except a kettle. I asked for one at reception. Response: 'Ve don't hev. Maybe restaurant hev hot vater.' (No smile). Gave up and bought a cup off tea in said restaurant where the only problems were the over vigilant owner making it difficult for me to eat the cake I had smuggled in ...
... I went beachcombing but didn't see much apart from purple and white mussel shells.
From the beach we wandered back to the Old Town, where we were due to catch the 17.30 bus back to Burgas. We had a little bit of time to kill until then, so we walked over to a shop with an ice cream cabinet outside the front with jars of fig jam on top. Dave almost bought a jar but then backed out. An ice cream kept me going until the bus arrived.
... green, lush, hilly scenery in the first half of the journey, with occasional views of the sea. Every now and then we passed through a small village with leafy vines growing on frames over the pavements and in people's front gardens. Once we had passed the unlovely town of Sunny Beach, the landscape flattened out into fields.
On arrival in Burgas we had some problems getting to the guesthouse. They'd said that they were only five minutes' walk from the ...