Dreams Black Sea Hotel
Nessebar, Nessebar, 8230, Bulgaria
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The Characteristic Black Sea Style
Church of Christ Pantocrator
Any Ideas on where I can buy funiture, beds,TV,chairs to put in a property
RE: New Appartment
you could try http://www.furniture-shop-varna.com/items.php?t=Furniture&r=kitchen
They deliver to Sunny Beach/Nessabar, will have to give them plenty of notice, as they are very busy, with all the apartments being sold.
RE: RE: New Appartment
Thanks will check web site
RE: New Appartment
Hi, probably you have to get all of the furniture or most of it from Bourgas there is planty of furniture shops. A friend of mine who is an foreigner bought most of the furnich from Bourgas. The rest was delivered from other parts of the country.
Travel Tips for Nesebar
in the old part of the town...
in the old part of the town there are lots of restaurants with a view to the sea. my favourite is one that has tables directly on the shore: your table stands on the rocks, you smell the sea and feel the spray tickling your feet while you have dinner. make sure you have a shopska salad as a starter.... the restaurant is cost ZORNOCA and it's located on the eastern coast of old nesebur apart from fooling aroung in the high waves of the black sea my fondest memory is listening to AMOR AMOR by a guy called NICO. ok, the song is spanish and therefore not really typical of bulgaria but you will hear it everywhere in nesebur and once you listened to it you will love it *off to play it on my stereo right now...* ;-)
Every year on the 1st of March, the Bulgarians give each other 'martenitsas' - small figures made of white and red threads, a symbol of the awakening, of spring, health and happiness.
In late May and early June every year, the rose-picking season starts in the Valley of Roses which stretches between the Balkan Range and the Sredna Gora Mountains.Rose-picking starts at dawn, before sunrise and before the rose fragrance has had a chance to disappear. The Bulgarian oleaginous rose yields 70 percent of the world's attar of roses used by every well known perfume company as an essential component of its products. This is the time of the Festival of Roses, celebrated with carnivals, processions, folk songs and dances in Karlovo and Kazanluk on the first Sunday in June.
Go around on a scooter.
Renting a scooter is a good alternitive to walking. Its a good and quick. You need a document that states that you are 16. Speed limit is about 40 kilometres an hour. Renting a scooter is about 30 levs a day. You are also responsible for filling in the gas tank, even though that will be almost nothing considering how economy on the scooters. You will get a discount if u rent it for a week.
Fortification Walls Ruins
These are the remains of the walls around the old town, and were buit and fortified throughout the centuries by the different people who occupied Nesebar.
They are quite visible at the entrance to the old town.
Admire old Nessebar's houses
Some of the typical houses of Nessebar built in a unique style of the 16th-19th century are real architectural monuments ( the houses of Diamanti, that of Panayot Mouskoyani which hosts an ethnographic exhibition, the one of Captain Pavel). The old quarters of Nessebar shows remarkable taste and mastership in the construction of houses, stone walls, and streets.
There are houses with stone-built ground levels and wooden upper floors jutting above the streets and external staircases. Nessebar houses have small yards facing the street. A wooden staircase leads up to the second floor which is lightly structured and completely faced with wood. The central living quarters are occupied by the parlor from which numerous doors lead to the remaining rooms. Wooden ceilings and whitewashed walls characterize the interior. The upper floor windows are wide, those on the ground floor are narrow and few in number.
Adapted from www.marinapalace.bg
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