Snezhanka Apartments - TMF
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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... days. We enjoyed that after our folk concert. Then we took a short bus ride for a folk dance program. It was put on just for our group, and was amazing! A band, women's choir, and dancers entertained us for about 45 minutes. Then it was OUR turn on stage! Luckily we had practiced earlier! It was a wonderful finale to our evening! Tomorrow we leave to return to Sofia. It's our last tour ...
... a giant inflatable Nescafé mug and someone talking over a loudspeaker. I found out the next day that there was a mountain biking festival going on; cyclists were biking through the hills next to VT, down the hill of Varusha (the old town), emerging at this monument junction and then continuing through the town. We didn't get to see any of the actual cycling though.
... luckily. It was a lovely place owned by an English couple. We also met an English woman and South African man who were in their late 60's and working there part time. They had been traveling since April 2012, and were headed to Greece in October. They were very interesting. The place also had a pool, so I took a dip, did some blogging, then dinner at the restauant. We decided to stay 2 nights as we could get a taxi into VT and it wouldn't cost much, so ...
In November, a group of Fulbrighters (a large group of about 15) decided to plan a trip to the ski resort, Pamporovo in the Rhodopi Mountains. I figured I would snowboard..since the last time I went skiing my sister took to me to HUGE mountain and pushed me down and I rolled 10 times. Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating..she might have nudged me. Either way, it was traumatic. When I left Dimitrovgrad it was sunny and warm. About 5 minutes into the ...
... all the same. I'm not sure what I stumbled into, but the menacing stares communicate enough to me to signal that my tour of the ruins is finished. I leave, and walk back to the stone steps, happy to have avoided trouble without completely losing my cool. As I walk forward, I start to count: "1...2...3..."
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The stone lion greets me to the Tsarevets Fortress, as I trample across multitudes of weeds clinging to the bits of dirt lining the crevasses ...