houseman wrote:Hi guys, I agree it's something to look out for: we bought a year ago and by pure chance paid the lowest of three asking prices as I happened to pick the "best" agent. But I did get ripped off on a taxi from the airport: a ride which my now friendly local taxi driver does for 30 leva was 120!!!!! I refused to pay more than 80 and had to sign the driver's book so he could explain to his boss how the stupid Brit couldn't read the tariff on the car windscreen and door...
BTW dual standards for charging in hotels has been a hot topic in the debates about entry into the EU, and when it comes, you can be sure that the screws will be tightened by the Brussels Bureaucrats in other areas too!
Orlin wrote:Dual charging is not something bad for places like Pamporovo or Sunny Beach and so. When you go shopping in Metro, Billa or even the small local store you will not pay more than us. So I do not even think that we should use "double charging" in this case - it is the same all over the world. It is just that you pay the real price and we pay what we can afford
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