Apart Hotel Central Sunny Beach

apart hotel central sunny beach
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  • An Apartment Hotel (also Aparthotel and Apart-hotel) is a serviced apartment complex that uses a hotel-style booking system. It is similar to renting an apartment, but with no fixed contracts and occupants can 'check-out' whenever they wish.
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  • Sunny Beach (Слънчев бряг, Slanchev Briag; Slanchev Bryag; Slunchev Briag; Slunchev Bryag; SB Zonnestrand; Sonnenstrand; Солнечный берег, Solnechniy bereg) is a major seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, located approximately 35 km north of Burgas in Nessebar municipality, Burgas
  • cardinal: serving as an essential component; "a cardinal rule"; "the central cause of the problem"; "an example that was fundamental to the argument"; "computers are fundamental to modern industrial structure"
  • Of, at, or forming the center
  • (of a vowel) Articulated in the center of the mouth
  • in or near a center or constituting a center; the inner area; "a central position"
  • Accessible from a variety of places
  • a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication
apart hotel central sunny beach - Switzerland's Mountain
Switzerland's Mountain Inns: A Walking Vacation in a World Apart
Switzerland's Mountain Inns: A Walking Vacation in a World Apart
A definitive guide to the mountain inns of Switzerland—her "Berghotels": how to reach them, what to expect, what to bring, and day hikes in detail for each of the 66 Berghotels described, in every region of the country.
This is the first book in English about these unusual lodgings. The mountain inns of Switzerland—her "Berghotels"--are in a world apart. Largely undiscovered, unadvertised, and privately owned, they are ideal for the traveler who wishes to experience the Swiss Alps off the beaten track. In themselves, they provide a sense of adventure; every one is unique, informal, intimate. They are a perfect way to meet other hikers and locals. This book identifies the most charming Berghotels, tells you how to reach them, what to expect, and what to bring. Day hikes from each inn are described in detail, along with information on how to connect one to another to make an extended "Grand Traverse" holiday. Maps give an overview of each region of the country to make trip planning and inn-to-inn hiking easy. The book is gorgeously illustrated by Philip Lieberman's photographs.

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apart hotel central sunny beach
apart hotel central sunny beach
Palm Beach Detective: Sunny Skies, Shady People: A Novel by Erik Brown
Speculating on death in Palm Beach.

An insurance salesman buys a policy on your life which he later sells and you split the profit. Seemed like a no brainer until Frank learns that other buyers are dying. He calls his friend Tony, an insurance detective, for help. Sensing his best friend and mentor is in danger; Tony flies to Palm Beach and meets Frank at the Palm Beach Grill. While at the bar listening to Frank's story Tony flirts with the image of an attractive brunette in the mirror.

"His eyes slowly followed the line of her bare shoulder down the smooth tanned arm, stopping briefly at the bent elbow to enjoy her narrow waist, than up again past two plain gold bracelets to the long slim fingers playing with her hair. No ring. There was both sensuousness and class in this well-groomed woman's hands."

Enjoying his interest she smiles a reply, but before he can approach her she disappears. While searching for Frank's potential killer, Tony visits the homes and haunts of the rich and famous, always with an eye out for the woman in the mirror, only to find she may be tied to the people who will benefit from the $4,000,000 on Frank's life.

"A ghoulish gamble for investors. The sooner the policyholder dies the more profit they make." -Matthew Goldstein's Business Week