Casa Ferrari B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- All-Suites Property
- Family rooms
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... the wallpaper of the rooms was red Asian themed, and they had a painting of European scenery. We went down for dinner, then drove into town to walk around for a while. The city has a lot of brutalist architecture, with big square buildings. We also saw the outside of the Alexander Nevsky cathedral. That night my throat was beginning to really hurt. Worried that I was about to get real sick I went to bed early and had a great ...
... Budapest was already on my priority-to-visit list. I'm definitely going to visit after I finish in Bulgaria next summer.
A couple of jobs needed doing after that; topping up my Bulgarian phone at a Vivacom shop and getting hold of some AA batteries that worked. Once I'd done those, I walked to Aleksander Nevski church and looked round the interior. It was very impressive, with massive candelabras hanging from wonderfully painted ceilings. Only ...
... on Vilnius time so the flight is an hour shorter, at day's end in the same time zone. Opted to cull some material from the Eyewitness Travel for possible book use to while away the rest of the pre-boarding time.
We left some 30M late, paperwork and heavy air traffic over southern Poland the causes. Fighting to not nod off but that's what some 4H of sleep leads to. Another chocolate bar and water on yet another Embraer 170 plane. Once the ...
... Church. Since the St. Sofia Church doesn't have a tower they had to hang the bell on the nearby tree to be able to ring it.
The most iconic construction in Sofia is called Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. It's the second largest Orthodox church in Balkan (after St. Sava Temple).
Our next stop was in front of the Bulgarian Academy of Science where our guide told us a little bit more detailed information about the Cyrillic alphabet that is actually in use ...
... br> The afternoon was a fun time of shopping for clothes. Dad bought a jacket, mum bought socks and Shareen got jeans. All were very very cheap and good quality warm clothes.
At around 5pm, we went back to collect our bags from the hotel and trekked back to the main bus station. Bought tickets for the two hour journey to Sofia (14 lev each).
We have been trying to learn the Cyrillic alphabet, which is useful since ...