Casa Boyana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ask Ryan, our driver and cook some personal questions, kinda like truth or dare. We've also done a boys vs. girls quiz. I usually have trouble sleeping in a sitting position, but after a few days of little sleep I've been able to snooze in and out during the coach days. The hotel that we stayed in in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, was interesting. The decor was an ethnic mix. The lobby and restaurant looked like a fancy Old ...
... checks and duty free. I watched her go out of sight and then took a taxi back into town.
After leaving Mum at the airport, I took a taxi back into town and walked to Nightingale Hostel, where I was to spend the following two nights. Whilst checking in and paying, I met a chap from Ipswich who had just come from Budapest. He told me that people arrive in Budapest intending to spend only a couple of days there, but end up staying for weeks or ...
... why [very dumb]?
Bit of updating of travel notes with the Baltic Republics in the rear view mirror. Off on my hunt for the wifi kiosk. Handled the European techonology with aplomb though annoying just a single 30M block. It's supposed to be 'free' wifi, not 'timed' wifi.
A couple of emails and surfing before the half hour clock gonged. Did an acrostic puzzle to pass the time. It is an hour earlier in Warsaw so the waiting is longer but ...
... t reach more than one hundred individuals. In July 2013 almost 20,000 participated in one of the protests. During our tour we met some of the antiprotesting people and they were really just a few.
When we passed through the Presidential Palace we could see the St. Georgy Church that is actually surrounded by the administrative buildings. It used to be a water storage and later it was converted to an Orthodox church.
Then we passed by the National Theater and ...
... And the highlight was possibly the ornate orthodox church.
It was very cold so we welcomed the warmth of a restaurant for lunch. We have now discovered that Bulgaria is cheap... ridiculous chap for food, so we took advantage of this to have a huge flash and extravagant three course lunch. Fresh cooked lasagne, duck breast, kofta in garlic sauce, hot drinks all round, a beer, and dessert for a total of 25 lev - that's around $ ...