Hotel Plaza Varna
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The weekend revellers are absent in the morning and we enjoy the beautiful outdoor pool set-up in peace... no pumping music and only a few other punters. Hilli reads, dozes in the sun, crochets and swims. Guy combines reading, scribbling and the occasional dip with visits to an equally quiet spa area. Lovely. The hotel runs a bus-shuttle service to a beach it advertizes as its own... the 'lighthouse beach'. Guy decides to investigate on ...
... leading up to WW2. The genius of a gardener ( a Swiss-French) was acquired from St Petersburg... he having rather carelessly lost his former employer, Tsar Nicholas, to some little spat in 1917. We really enjoy looking round... especially the gardens which, since the 50s, have been a Bulgarian National Botanical Garden. Bulgaria got its bulge back after WW2 and, during the communist period, the palace was used as a retreat for artists, musicians, writers and academics. ...
On our thirty-fourth wedding anniversary (it really is!) we follow the canal going east out of Bucharest until the motorway to Constanta... yup, another motorway, but this one dates from a lot further back and passes through the most featureless country imaginable. There aren't even any trees, it seems, for tens upon tens of miles of scrubby plain. Guy and the Raven get seriously depressed and more than a little ...
Met some crazy girls in the hotel. We spend some days together sunbathing and swimming.. but mostly enjoyed the nightlife. If you want to party cheap you should definatly go to Golden Sands!
In happy hour you can get 3 cocktails for 5 € ! In Germany u cant even get ...
... certainly didn't get any culture. But we did see a little of the countryside from the bus window. The bus stopped a few times en route; mostly for the driver to have a fag break or buy live chickens that he'd later drop off with a friend, so random, so we caught a glimpse of some of the small towns, all seemingly in a desperate state of repair with pot-holes everywhere and quite a lot of graffiti. As we crossed the border however ...