Royal Dreams Apartments
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... The staff will split the proceeds. If we had been willing to stay longer, the price may have dropped or who knows it may have increased. We cannot risk it and we pay up.
*After all the friendly Romanians we have met during our stay, this last experience leaves us with less positive feelings about the country.
*As we enter Bulgaria we make sure we buy a vignette at the first opportunity and we vow to check at every other border we cross. ...
... they managed to get in a fight during a gig
Watching my friend get hosed down to move him on from his drunken slumber
And taking my friends on a 1 hour detour one day to try and find a pizza place i swore and hyped up was the best i had ever tried the night before, only to realise that when tasting it during the day the alcohol had contributed greatly to my opinion of the pizza...it turned out to be one of the worst we had all ever eaten!
The small hotel in Ecebat, the Villa Casa, was delightful and it had wonderful garden where we ate a small picnic supper after the very nice fish lunch we had. After a warm night spent in the garden drinking the local wine (the Sulva vineyard was 300m from the house) and very good too, we didn't get up quite as early as we planned but were still away by 9.30. The drive up to the Bulgarian border was ...
... children; including giving out shoeboxes at the Christmas parties she and her husband organise.
Upon arrival at Burgas, we met with our friend Jello who had organised three visits for us to three very different institutions. The first was an orphanage for children aged 3-7 in Sredets. Sadly we were not allowed to take pictures but the children were very excited and recited the poetry they had learned ...
We returned to the port and a shuttle was waiting for us. It departed 2 minutes after we got on board; immigration was again quite efficient. We went immediately upstairs to get cranberry juice to enjoy a sundowner. Our view was of the industrial port and the red wafer sun setting through the thick haze of the city. My eyes burned from the smog, and Paul said, “It’s very Bladerunner.” So right.