Visiting Nessebar, part II

I loved my first day at Sol Nessebar Palace. We were at the restaurant, then tried the sea. I say tried, since the water temperature was a little low at the beginning, it is very cold in the morning (I discovered that the next day) and you could end up catching a cold, though not recommended during a holiday.

We enjoyed a nice dinner during the night, the food prepared is delicious and the chefs and servers are very professional, respectful and friendly. The food is cooked in the hotel’s kitchen, and the desserts are to die for. In my view, it is advised not to go on a diet during the vacation, they have a wide variety of food, but you are tempted by the scent and plating.

To our surprise, we meet a lot of Romanians at the hotel, spending like us, a few days of relaxation after a few months in quarantine and non stop work. The majority were nice and polite, enjoying precious moments with their families.

When I woke up on Tuesday morning, all my skin was burning, and my partner, Alex, on the other hand, was all right, but brown 😅. Yeah, I used sunblock cream, and after that, I used tan lotion, but it didn’t really help that much. We agreed to spend less time in the sun for the second day, so we went after breakfast to visit the old town of Nessebar.

The old city of Nessebar

(Image Source – World Heritage)

Nessebar is an ancient city and one of the major seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, located in Burgas Province. Often referred to as the ”Pearl of the Black Sea”, Nesebar is a rich city-museum defined by more than three millennia of ever-changing history.

We were amazed at the beautiful scenery when we first arrived in the historic town, the old buildings held so well, the wooden windmills, the churches.

(Image Source – Personal Library)

Everywhere, you could see small shops, and any corner seemed to conceal a well-preserved secret and maybe even a little souvenir that you could take with you as a memory.

You get the impression that you are present in an old movie if you take the time and walk slowly, noticing every detail. Such a satisfying atmosphere, the wooden restaurants and the slow music in the background. I was simply amazed at the architecture and elegance of these places and wished for a moment that time would stop so that I can live there forever.

(Image Sources – Personal Library)

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