Ralitsa Vlas Apartments

Address: Sveti Vlas South, Sveti Vlas, Burgas, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Sveti Vlas South, Sveti Vlas.
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Travel Blogs from Sveti Vlas

A very Bulgarian affair!

A travel blog entry by coughlantravel on Jun 06, 2015

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... very patient.

BBQ food, tables under the trees and beer - but not for us. Being with the village VIPs, we were invited to lunch with the mayor's party. Not a posh affair, but nice food (Bulgarian portions which meant there was no hope of eating it all) and lovely people we could communicate with thanks to Pam's Bulgarian. Also rakia - apparently very good quality but ...

Sofia tomorrow

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 29, 2015

Kate and Andrew went on a wonderful day trip today to the rock church of Ivanovo, the rock monastery of Basarbovo, Cherven medieval fortress, Nicopolis ad Istrum and Preobrazhenski Monastery, but I was at work all day and didn't get back until late. I had been to all of them except for the latter before, I suppose!

After we arrived back from Arbanasi yesterday I had to go back to work for 3pm, but Kate and Andrew went ...

Back to Arbanasi

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 28, 2015

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... the larger room and lit them in the smaller. On our way out from the monastery grounds we admired the Greek inscription above the entrance gate, paying testament to the fact that Greek was the official language in Arbanasi for several centuries.

A house museum was next: Konstantsalievata's House, which was the residence of one of Arbanasi's many rich merchant families during the Ottoman era. ...

Settling in

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Sep 13, 2014

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... immigration centre to sort out my residency/ work permit and ID card. I've also been told about the Bulgarian way of indicating 'yes' and 'no'. They nod very decisively to mean 'no' and kind of wobble their heads from side to side to mean 'yes'. Apparently the younger generation, at least, are aware that they do this differently to most countries, so unless we make students say 'yes' or 'no' then we won't be sure of which they actually mean! It's something ...

Peter and Kevin Do Veliko Tarnovo

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 25, 2013

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... an identity crisis,” I explained.

During breakfast we struck up a conversation with a group of young Canadians, and so, as often happens when you meet Canadians, we were soon riding in the back of a 4-wheeled-drive, looking for a waterfall to jump off. We stopped at a nice, remote monastery on the way, but all the monks surrounding the gloomy Orthodox chapel appeared to be topless Bulgarian men chopping wood and smoking cigarettes. Come to think of it, I'm not even ...

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