Plaza Hotel Burgas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they found an icon of Mary and Jesus, the faces carved from wood, with a metal covering etched with their garments and halos. It was a miracle because there was never a church there. Not only that, but the figures were black. I pointed out that I had heard of a black Madonna, but she said that the figures were not originally black, that they had been buried in the earth during the bombing during WWII. She didn’t feel that was reason enough to explain ...
... each other. The shops were plentiful but very
quiet for tourists, it being the end of the season. Our guide said it was a poor country and over the centuries it has lost quite a lot of it's territory. Although it is in the EU it does not have the euro and is unlikely to be able to afford to do that. How much nicer it was here than in Constanta! ...
... parted company after she had checked in as ours was not yet open and given the melee of peoples at the airport it was no use looking for her once I was through! I caught up with some others flying to London and we managed to pas the time til boarding quite comfortably. Only a small BA plane absolutely chockers but I am in a window seat and enjoying the patchwork of fields, valleys and mountains passing below. Safely tucked up in hotel for night - Natland ...
... us. Save them from making fools of themselves while ashore. Above all, please do. It forgive them their trespasses for they know exactly what the do. And when our voyage is over, grant us the favour of finding someone who will look at our home movies and listen to our stories, so our lives as tourists will not have been in vain. This we ask in the name of Captains Choice, Conrad Hilton and American Express. ...
... the Old Town was great - we saw many of the churches for which the town is famous as well as the interior of the Church of St Stephanie with its splendid frescoes. We also visited the Archeological Museum which houses a fascinating collection of some 5000 relics including Greek, Roman vases and sculptures, Byzantine coins and much ...