Snezhanka Apartments - TMF
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSnezhanka Apartments - TMF Pamporovo
http://www.snow-white-skiing.co.uk/ we booked through Pippa at Snow White Skiing and I can't recommend them enough. Great apartmets, great service from Galina the rep on site, great prices, lovely snowboarding instructors!!
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21-28 Dec 2013 We came to Pamy for another week of snowboading over Xmas. Unfortunately the snow wasn't as good this year and the have been making snow on the runs for a few days now. We have a one bed apartment booked through Snow White Skiing this year, which luckily turned out to be large enough to have our friend Simon use the sofa bed in the …
... polarized nation? After all, the Turks found a deeply fragmented Bulgarian empire when they got here in the late 14th century, and the most important Bulgarian revolutionary of the Revival period, Vasil Levski, was supposedly betrayed by one of his own countrymen. All of these thoughts could not escape me while dining by the medieval fortress; it was as if our khans were overlooking the city from the stronghold, sadly shaking their heads.
... a beer to wash it down Vlad's cat has had kittens and there is one tabby left which Hannah has christened wilf, he is gorgeous but definitely NOT being smuggled home in her suitcase Off to the forest restaurant tonight and if we can stay awake long enough there are fireworks at shipka so we should have a fantastic view from the balcony Just so you can picture this I'm sat by the swinging chair writing this and Steve is asleep on the sunbed ...
... communist revolution of 1923 with the occupation by the Red Army at the end of the Second World War. The monument is still standing and maintained and still draws crowds of visitors.
After the three day walk we spent a day or two in Koprivshtitsa, another mountain resort, famous because it is very difficult to pronounce. Many of the houses are restored as museums. Down in the valley is the town of Hisar ...
... Romania in Bulgaria using the same crossing as last year, this time I remembered that the crossing goes over a river and the bridge is a toll road.....last year I spent an hour riding round trying to work out why my satnav was trying to take a 400 mile detour....I told it to avoid toll roads!!
Now plotted up in a hotel in Kazanlak, aiming for Turkey tomorrow....
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