Commenting article: Mount Orpheus, Secret Caves and Surprisingly Good Wine in Chic Bulgaria
By Andrew Pierce
The Daily Mail
The tiny hamlet of Gella perched high in the Rhodope mountain range in Bulgaria might sound an unlikely choice for a holiday.
Yet another so called tourist article that is actually an advert for Villa Gella. We are foisted these about twice per year.
Peter is correct - I wonder what the link is between the ownership of villa gella and the ownership of novinite...... Hmmmmmm
To add to these posts, isn't it a little arrogant to say 'surprisingly' good wines?
I suppose they're experts themselves, but not very well travelled.
The Villa Gella website says that the room rates are GBP 7.200 per week... This is 4 times more expensive than the Cirgan Palace in Istanbul.
The hotel must be empty. (except for Maxim who sleeps for free)
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