The Cliff Beach & Spa Resort

Address: South Beach, Obzor, Burgas, 8250, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on South Beach, Obzor.
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      Travel Blogs from Obzor

      Christmas Day

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Dec 25, 2014

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      ... if it shares a border with them. You also get Transit cards which you can say is a particular country or sea. A very good idea for a game!

      Tea was quite brief because we still weren't as hungry as we could have been. We didn't have the Christmas pudding at all in the end, because we knew it would be filling.

      All day I kept a Christmas candle burning for Dad. Mum had given it to Dave to take with him to Bulgaria.
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      Christmas Eve

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Dec 24, 2014

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      On Christmas Eve morning Dave and I walked to the fruit & vegetable market and the supermarket below it. The stalls had a heavy emphasis on what is in season - they were filled with squashes, swedes, beets, onions, potatoes, cabbages, nuts and apples - but they also had some presumably imported oranges, mandarins and other fruits. I looked for brussel sprouts without any luck. There were also some stalls filled with loose dried fruits, such as apricots and figs, as well ...

      Arrival in Veliko Tarnovo for Christmas

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Dec 23, 2014

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      Breakfast at Hostel Mostel was very good - Bulgarian yoghurt ('kiselo mlyako'), Bulgarian feta cheese ('cirene'), boiled eggs, olives, salad items, scrambled eggs, sliced apple, sliced kiwi fruit, waffles, jam, chocolate spread, cereal, milk, juice, tea and coffee. After filling ourselves up we had a game of pool on the free pool table, packed up our stuff and got them to order a taxi to the main bus station for us.

      The time was now about 9.45 ...

      Typical day for me in Veliko Tarnovo

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... on Gurko Street has been the water flowing into stone sinks set into the hillside side of the road. The water is clear; maybe originally the sinks and water supply was the residents' main water source? Occasionally I see residents fill up buckets from them. Maybe the sinks were there before cars became common, meaning that horses used to drink from them. I know that in the Bulgarian villages, some people still travel by horse and cart.

      Sometimes I hear ...

      The Stronghold of the Second Bulgarian Empire

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... opposite hill, Trapezitsa, was also lit. I couldn't help but compare the glorious days of a 1000 years ago with the bleakness of present-day Bulgaria, which is still plagued by many problems even 25 years after the end of communist rule. What would our khans think if they saw us now? Would they feel their battles and great deeds were all for nothing? Are what we consider our negative national traits borne out of Turkish rule, or have we always been ...