Skiing that won’t break the Bansko says dailymail.co.uk
How’s this for a skiing day? Having spent an exhilarating morning on superbly groomed, wide-open runs, I enjoy a hearty lunch on the sun terrace of a rustic-looking mountain restaurant.
To end my day on a supremely high note, I take a ski-lift to the dizzying height of 8,500ft and ski the long, rewarding run to resort level, where there are more than eight uninterrupted miles of piste, starting with expansive, high-speed, smoothed slopes leading down into the trees, where the winding, snowy boulevard, cut though the pine forests, makes for an enchanting final cruise, ending rather conveniently outside the ski-room door of my five-star hotel.
There, an attendant helps me off with my boots, puts them on an overnight warming machine and brings me my soft, everyday shoes. Up in my room I shower, don a bathrobe and head down to the spa for a well earned soak in the hot tub followed by a soothing massage.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/holidaytypeshub/article-605712/Skiing-wont-break-Bansko.html