Polyusi Hotel

Sunny Beach, Burgas, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
 

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Walking in the mountains

A travel blog entry by coultc01

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... uprising. The two most celebrated figures are Vasil Levski who was brought up in Karlovo and Hristo Botev who worked as a teacher in Kalofer. Both men are treated as saints. There are photographs of them on the walls of every school. In Kalofer, there is even a chapel to Levski where a lock of his hair is displayed as a relic. Parties of school kids queue to see it. Levski was hanged by the Turks before the uprising. ...

Still an impressive building....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad

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I'll let you read about it yourself..

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Did this a couple of years ago on a road trip with my friend Pat, it was falling down then.....3 years later a bit more of it has fallen down!
Entry was a tad more difficult this year, the hole was a bit higher.....

Weather has been great, roads as good as they get in this part of the world. ...

Durham in Bulgaria!

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

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Again my mind pondered on the concept of "nation", “state”, “country” and potentially how negative the consequences of our separation is.

Back to Veliko Tarnovo or shall I call it Bulgarian Durham due to the wonderful Yantra River which meanders brilliantly around the city centre in quite a unique way.

Perhaps it does not have a stunning cathedral but the panorama more ...

Ivanovo Rock Monastry

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

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... to the Ivanovo Rock Monastery, a 14th century sanctuary which was cut into cliffs adorned with fantastic frescos. The views of the valley below were brilliant and gave my vertigo a test. I seem to manage quite well though.

Apparently, it's all about speaking to your inner child! What a good call that was.

Later on, we kept heading south through the low hills of northern Bulgaria. Hill after ...

Veliko Tarnovo - a Bulgarian Durham?

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... bankers house full of pictures and antiques showing the wealth of the city during the late 19C.

By then it was time for a late lunch and we retired to a restaurant with spectacular view over the city and river and had a wonderful lunch. The food is seriously beginning to have an impact on our waistlines! We discussed that we hardly ever ate out in Oman, mostly because we thought the restaurants and food was very dull and stupidly expensive for what it ...

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