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So and so. Ask for seafood - better than the grills. Salads everywhere - they say Bulgaria is the land of vegetables. A 3 persons meal can cost up to 80-90 levas (40-45 euros). The frozen (sweet) yoghurt is an interesting desert. The Kamenita tap beer triggered some communist nostalgy - the unpasteurised kind, which can be delicious if fresh.
A good place for family holidays. Lots of attractions for kids. Start walking on the cliff with your kid - you'll leave a trail of levas for various bungee facilities, magic wheels etc. The Bulgarians are nice. Apparently all the nasty stories with "rackets" only apply to the past. Rented a car to take us back to Romania (Constanta), there was a nice middle-adged driver which could drive his old VW. The Morsko Oko hotel is nice, although it only as a shower and the fridge is empty, peculiar for a 4 stars rated thing. Had booked a junior suite and they gave us a big room. Asked for something else and for an extra of 150 levas (75 euros), we got the biggest appartment in the hotel, very confortable and clean. It seems like the place to have three meals a day and rest. Not much to do except for trips to Nessebar or other places, but in case you're looking for a quiet, unexpensive and not very crowded seashore, it's recommendable.
If any place is for mass-tourism, this is it! Local people live round the hotel area, which is almost compound! Night clubs, restaurants, beaches...only for tourists! And the weather was also very bad (but that was only one week)...Don't wanna go there ever again.
The Indian Restaurant near the Eiffel Tower doesn't taste at all like indian. Overcooked chicken, funny sauces - instead of the curry you get some pepperoni pasta and so on. You won't get intoxicated, it's edible, but a disappointment.
If you are young at heart, wild at soul and groovy at feet you'll LOVE the Golden Sands. Bars, restaurants, loooooong beach, young people as far as the eye can see!