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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Swimming pool
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... and I wanted to have a look. I bought some honey in a traditional Bulgarian pottery jar, and Rosemary bought three little jars of honey as a gift for her mother. And then it was finally back to the hotel. I sat out on my balcony in the sun to read for a while. I got more reading done in 30 minutes than I have over the entire trip!
Happy hour was at 5:00, and everyone brought either wine or food. Someone brought rose-flavored Turkish Delight. I ...
... tomb, this time original. It was at the top of a small hill and slightly bigger than the first tomb we saw. This one had a column right in the middle of the corridor, and a larger but less decorative burial chamber. I'm still not quite sure who was buried there, but it was a man and his "favorite" wife, who would have been ritually killed after his death so that they could be together.
We arrived in Nesebar (pronounced neh-SEB-r) on the Black Sea at ...
... verge in small groups, chatting. However in their golden years when some comfort would be nice, they had clearly had a day of physical work and at the end of it were sitting on boulders. The village buildings looked really desperate. We did not see one with a roof that looked weather proof. It made us feel really privileged and ‘soft’ that we have good chairs to recline in, even though we are camping and no longer labour. That feeling was ...
... you. All of them except for the two puppies, who decided this was the best time to play and they start jumping around you and barking like crazy.
This was my morning. Which would be nice, puppies are always nice, right? But you know what else puppies do? They like to bite- jest for fun. Except these puppies definitely never got a shot or anything to make sure they don't have rabies. Well, this sucks. Therefore I can't let ...
... with beautiful frescoes. Churches dated from the 13-14th century. Then we were on our own to shop! We had a nice lunch overlooking the harbor. Tonite is our group happy hour. Tomorrow we are on the road again to another town on the Black Sea-Varna. ...