Zornitza Sands SPA Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Zornitza Sands SPA Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Zornitza Sands SPA Hotel Elenite
Travel Blogs from Elenite
We saw similar kinds of homes in Russia The bottom was built of local stone as they couldn’t afford bricks. The animals were kept there to keep them out of the weather and for their heat to rise into the dwelling area above, made of timber.
As darkness fell, the gloom got gloomier. We stopped at the Post Office as Gail had to send a post card. I sent one too as we were there and why not? Our driver Nikolai took us back to ...
... each other. The shops were plentiful but very
quiet for tourists, it being the end of the season. Our guide said it was a poor country and over the centuries it has lost quite a lot of it's territory. Although it is in the EU it does not have the euro and is unlikely to be able to afford to do that. How much nicer it was here than in Constanta! ...
On thus cruise from Istanbul circumnavigating the Black Sea we travelled a distance of 1689 nautical miles, cruised a total of 144 hours, visited 9 ports of call in 7 countries, crossed 1 time zone losing shop, crossed back a I me zone catching up on lost sleep, had to shop in 7 different currencies and made 77 new friends! Early transfer to the airport saw us leave the ship at 8.45 am - SQ flying out at 1.30pm and BA at 1.55 pm so a long wait for both Ros and ...
... contribute to their worldly goods Grant us the strength to visit the museums, the cathedrals, and if, perchance, we skip an historic monument to take a nap after lunch, have mercy on us for our flesh is weak Protect our wives from 'bargains' they don't need or can't afford. Lead them not into temptation for they know not what they do Father, keep our husbands from looking at foreign women and comparing ...
Last stop on our trip around the Black Sea - Nessebur is one of the oldest towns in Bulgaria - the Old Town is only 850m long and 350m wide. Founded by the Greeks in the 6th century BC it is now on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1983. Nessebur is located on a peninsula and attracts over a million visitors each year. The walking ...