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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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... Tried to dilute it with Pepsi max, but it did nothing to reduce the strength.
When we finished lunch, the party was winding down so walked along the lane, had a drink and a chat to Pam and Will's friends and then home to another excellent meal courtesy of 'masterchef' Will.
Managed to lose most of my photos so will see what I can find on Facebook.
... Kushta, the ethnographical house museum on Gurko Street. Kate also revisited the craftsmen's street to buy herself a dish from the coppersmith.
That evening we went to Piccolo restaurant for dinner. I had never been there before, and after the dud meals we had there, I'm highly unlikely ever to return. Kate's in particular was very disappointing. She'd ordered carp because she'd never had it before, but it arrived in ...
Today I went on a walk to a place I see every day on my way to and from work; the Monument to the Assen Dynasty, which is on a hill surrounded on three sides by the River Yantra.
On the walk over the bridge to get there I noticed something one of my students had told me about the week before; padlocks locked to the bridge railings. On each padlock was engraved or scratched two people's initials. Apparently, couples come here with an engraved/ scratched padlock, lock it to ...
... 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 ...
... Sam up a male orphanage director, Dr. Raltcheva, was there. He still works at Burgas but only Mon - Fri. Also, Sam's main caregiver was not there today either but there were caregivers that remembered him...one said he used to be so white...that's the right kid! We left Sam's gotcha picture with them and will try to send one of the pictures we took today to Dr. ...