Reef

Address: Sveti Vlas - South s/n, Sveti Vlas, Burgas, 8256, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Sveti Vlas - South s/n, 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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A lazy breakfast in the lovely garden. Sunglasses required, so it's a good day! And breakfast took all morning until it was time to walk into the village centre for 'Village Day'.

Entertainment by the ladies' choir, village children and two musicians. The young one was about 70! Pam even got me to have a go at some folk dancing. Not quite as simple as it looks, but the ...

Sofia tomorrow

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 29, 2015

... 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 ...

Back to Arbanasi

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 28, 2015

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... full of nuns' graves. On wandering back towards the church Kate got really excited because she heard and saw a cuckoo! She had never actually seen or heard a cuckoo before, despite having read about for many years and even studied them at one point at university. Unlike in my last visit, inside the church both rooms were able to be looked round. All three of us bought candles from a lady at a ...

Veliko Tarnovo Day

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 22, 2015

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... flute and recorder. It sounded quite breathy. I only found out later that what he was playing was actually a kaval - a type of end-blown flute traditional to the Balkans and Anatolia. Sometimes he combined playing that with a type of singing, humming and other strange vocal noises. The pieces they played were a little bit samey to be honest, but I'm still glad I went, because it was an interesting experience.

Lucy
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Plovdiv

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Sep 17, 2014

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... But she had to ask a colleague to provide this information. It seemed odd to me that an educated Bulgarian would not know this. I doubt that an Estonian or Lithuanian would be blank on a similar question.

At the restaurant: We changed tables because a couple of people were smoking near us. Manager: "Actually this is not allowed. We say no, customer says yes. We say it is forbidden, they ...