Yantra Grand Hotel
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Plodiv rewards visitors with its ancient history, surprising cosmopolitanism and a wealth of different experiences to be had. Its a compact and easy city to get around, making it great for a day or weekend trip.
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... included free breakfast and dinner. As soon as I checked in the receptionist starts pitching to me to upgrade for an extra four euros/eight lev I can have breakfast and dinner included. Upon booking I did not know that you needed to book a room at a special rate in order to qualify and that was in the special conditions under Hostel world but not in Booking. Would have been nice to know before I booked as I would have gone to a closer hostel. It turns out if I had booked ...
... days were numbered. He tried to bug out but got caught by the Military, and after a one a half hour court prosecution, he and his wife were summarily executed. A new regime, different name, same policies popped up in his place and ruled until 1996 when they finally had their first real democratic elections. It has taken the Romanians until 2004 to reach the GDP level of 1989 so this has been one poor place for a long time and has plenty more work to go.
... inconspicuous. The building is on private property owned by the Bulgarian Socialist Party so it's technically trespassing.
We climb up to a broken window and climb in. It was totally cool we were in this giant auditorium that had been laid to waste over the past 20 years. Most of the limestone had been vandalised but you could still make out how impressive the building must have been. It was created in 1982 to host foreign ...
... to some real map reading, given the scale of the map this involved asking suspicious locals for directions but with gesturing and a garbled mix of languages we avoided getting lost, not that the road signs helped. We can cope with cyrillic lettering but it does get confusing when the latin translation on the road sign bares no similarity to the one on the map, when you ask a local for the map name the general response is to look at you like you are mad and point at ...