Bansko Royal Towers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... at some points the road disappeared almost all together. We made it to Plovdiv in one piece and set out sights on a shopping mall to fulfil our cash and shopping needs. Things were still rough stomach wise so I first hit up the pharmacy for some relief, had to use actions to explain as there was a language barrier, almost a Bridget jones moment, but got the message across in the end as she directed me to a massive display at the end of a row - ...
... The male members of the Three Stooges had too many denars [nice planning with a currency not trading outside Macedonia] and wanted to trade some. Dunno why they just did not give them to Daniela. There was an issue did anybody want c 10 euros back. Rather than just ask quickly, Roger and Sue prepared a note that was longer than some legal settlement paperwork. What a surprise, nobody wanted their euros back. After traveling with Roger and Celia for almost two ...
10 of us jumped into two private buses this morning with our driver, Jorgi again, to drive up the nearby ski resort of Mt Vihen, at around 2500 metres. Our guide, Kraski, was a local ski instructor. He had won three bronze and one silver in the Bulgarian downhill and slalom so a pretty fit character. He took us for a half an hour walk up the hillside to a lake, through the snow.
We thought it was going to be a ...
... drove us over some of the worst roads he'd ever seen. Potholes the size of bomb craters along the 17 km trip to the sanctuary. When it rains this road becomes a river, with massive rifts through it. Halfaway up this near-impassable road, the group saw a half finished hotel. WHY??? In the middle of absolutely nowhere with the crappiest roads, someone thought it prudent to build a hotel. We also saw a couple of what looked like restaurants and someone else had a 10 ...
Back on private transport this morning and we took a 2 hour bus trip to Rila Monastery. Built for Saint John the miracle-working hermit from the 9th Century, it is located in a beautiful spot in the hills, and surrounded by snow capped mountains. It is an incredible place for the monastery, which was rebuilt in the 19th century, so quite modern and has a very distinctive look. We had a quick glance through the church, as, by this stage, we have seen a fair few churches. ...