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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... us to a wonderful restaurant off the beaten path, where we dined like King and Queens. The food was sooooo good,....as was the conversation. He offered an inside glimpse of TRUE Bulgaria. Such as the average income for a household was $400.00 a MONTH! An Apartments rent is about $200.00 per month,....and to purchase one is around $75,000. ( We never saw any privately owned houses,....only apartments.). He also educated us on what life ...
... flora and fauna. And a pleasant mild climate to work and play in.
... meet in my life, I have liked, even though I lean more towards Israel in the conflict. I hope that this bodes well for my experiences in the Tikkun Olam program. The tour lasted nearly three hours and we were late to meeting up with Elena’s friends for dinner. We watched the Bulgaria-Italy “Football” Soccer game on the television. I loved the passion and enthusiasm of the Bulgarian fans screaming at the TV, ...
... capital with a few nice orthodox churches and a good cafe culture on the main shopping strip. The lack of an old-town (whatever old town they had was destroyed by the Americans during World War II) is what made it lag behind otherwise similar post-Soviet cities like Riga, Tallinn, or indeed, Plovdiv.
I was impressed, however, by the architecture on display. The Central Station, for example, was built in the style of 1970s Soviet 'Brutalism', with ...
... would have none of it. One of the guards, about 70 got really angry at those taking their time and actually headbutted one of the guys coming out! Bit different to friendly NZ!. We did a walking tour of the city that evening to see some of the local sights. The next day it was a bus to Veliko Tarnovo, a sleepy town north-west of Varna, famous for it’s Medieval Fortress and old town which is on a pretty steep face. We booked into our hostel which turned out to be run by ...