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Old Oct 17, 18, 7:51 am
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Odessa vs Varna

For those who have been to both places, How would you compare and contrast Odessa Ukraine vs Varna in Bulgaria.
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Old Oct 17, 18, 9:39 am
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how many more of these very vague X v Y posts are you going to start?

People comment on them yet you never appear to actually follow the advice and visit somewhere!
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Old Oct 18, 18, 9:00 am
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how many more of these very vague X v Y posts are you going to start?

People comment on them yet you never appear to actually follow the advice and visit somewhere!
Careful, OP doesn’t appear to like others questioning his/her motives 😉😇
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Old Oct 18, 18, 9:36 am
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Careful, OP doesn’t appear to like others questioning his/her motives 😉😇
Am sure I'll survive. If it stops other people wasting their time responding then it'll be worthwhile
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For those who have been to both places, How would you compare and contrast Odessa Ukraine vs Varna in Bulgaria.
Ukrainian women
Bulgarian women
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Old Oct 18, 18, 7:31 pm
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Moderators, is there a way to block a specific poster who continually starts threads of no value? If not, could we have such a mechanism?

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Old Oct 19, 18, 10:06 pm
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Here's a preview of possible questions to come:

Hongkong vs Macao, Dubai vs Abu Dhabi, and New York vs London.

What I would really love to see, though, would be more imaginative ones such as:

Ushuaia vs Honolulu, or The Beatles vs Luciano Pavarotti, or the dilemma par excellence, breast vs leg.
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Old Oct 19, 18, 10:51 pm
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moderators: these guys are immature, childish, and rude. I leave them alone and try not to talk to them, yet they are harassing me and disrespectful. To everyone else thank you for people's helpful insight. Your thoughts are respected and appreciated.
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Old Oct 20, 18, 8:21 am
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moderators: these guys are immature, childish, and rude. I leave them alone and try not to talk to them, yet they are harassing me and disrespectful. To everyone else thank you for people's helpful insight. Your thoughts are respected and appreciated.
I’m in biting mood so here goes ....

What I find ‘immature, childish and rude’ and ‘disrespectful’ is your disinclination to engage with the countless threads you create. FT is generally a welcoming helpful place and the replies you received to your initial posts, asking for extra info and clarification, were made in that vein. You chose to disregard that and view everyone as ‘harassing’ you, simply for asking a question. Your approach to this forum appears to be purely take, take, take. Perhaps you should try a little give.
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Moderators, is there a way to block a specific poster who continually starts threads of no value? If not, could we have such a mechanism?

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Old Oct 20, 18, 1:54 pm
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Old Apr 12, 19, 10:05 pm
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I am interested in Varna in summer : is it too hot ? Are there good hotels ? Thanks for infos !
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Old Apr 12, 19, 10:26 pm
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Yes. You should go to Odessa.
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I am interested in Varna in summer : is it too hot ? Are there good hotels ? Thanks for infos !
It is probably hotter than Odessa given that it is located further south but it is not unbearable. There are a lot of beach resorts in the vicinity that are not far from Varna. I would recommend staying there. As far as the hotels - there are literary hundreds of hotels in Varna and the vicinity. Also Varna is quite popular destination. Check out Albena, Golden Sands, and Saints Constantine and Helena. There is hotel for everyone. Also the beaches are really nice and the water gets warm. Most popular times to visit - July and August.
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