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TravelPod Member ReviewsPomorie Hotel Sunny Beach
Right across from the biggest night club in Sunny Beach, so if you want a good night sleep, go somewhere else. My mattress is about an inch thick and squeaks with every slight movement of your body. The food here is okay, if you just want something to keep you going. My recommendation is, if you stay here pack earplugs and a blow up bed.
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... she didn't have tickets to Veliko Tarnovo for the time I wanted and that I'd have to wait until 16.30 for the next bus! It was only about 12.30 at this point. She wouldn't actually sell me a ticket for the 16.30 one, however - I didn't understand much of what she said in Bulgarian, but I gathered that it was somehow too early for her to do so.
I thought about going back to the city centre for a couple of hours, but I didn't want ...
... and celery sticks, cured ham, the rest of the jar of pesto, a jar of preserved and roasted red peppers, snejanka salad and Russian salad (not homemade). To go with the pancakes, I had lemon and sugar of course, along with chocolate spread and honey. I only remembered I also had some maple syrup after nearly everybody had finished eating!
A lie-in was followed by lunch at Taverna, a restaurant only round the corner from my flat. I suggested this place because I know it does good chicken kavarma (chicken and vegetable stew cooked and served in a clay pot) and tarator and the décor is atmospheric.
After lunch we went to the Hadji Nikoli museum and art gallery. At the moment it has two temporary exhibitions on loan from the Numismatic Museum in Ruse; one ...
... lesson yesterday! We learned the Bulgarian for "hello", 'I'm Lucy/S", "she's ____", "he's ____", "you're____", "pleased to meet you", "good morning", "good day" and "good evening". The alphabet is slightly head-spinning; 6 letters are both written and sound like ours (e.g. 'K' and 'A'), 6 are written the same but have different sounds ('B' is our 'V', 'H' is our 'N', 'P' is our 'R', 'X' is our 'H'...), and 18 correspond to sounds we have but are written ...
... then we would pass our bags and bottles of water up inside to that person, and slowly we all crawled inside—even Carlos, who originally refused to come inside until he realised that we didn't actually care, and then asked me to help him crawl in.
The concrete walls would periodically crumble as we tried to grasp it, and we had to lookout for protruding pieces of glass and rusty metal. Once we crawled out of the darkness and up the echoing concrete steps, we emerged ...