Casa Boyana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... As soon as my dad told me this, I hurried to the nearest Lufthansa Service Center, which was at another terminal. The journey on foot took long enough for my backpack to start bothering me, but I was thinking it's highly likely I'd get stuck spending the night in Frankfurt, so I was already glad I had all my stuff with me. To my enormous surprise, I got re-booked on Austrian Airlines through Vienna. My flight from Frankfurt was departing in an ...
... between being rubbish and being cool, with areas as poor as the countryside around it and others as cultured as places like Paris. Indeed, many of the buildings we walked by were reminiscent of late nineteenth century Parisian boulevards, and were every bit as impressive. We hurriedly went to a couple of churches we'd spotted on a tourist map which were of considerable interest. One of them we learnt was bombed by assassins in the early twentieth century as part of an attempt to ...
... unsound decisions.
During our 5-day stay, we were introduced to the free city walking tour. Walking tours are our preferred activity in which to partake when we reach a new destination. Although they probably sound more like a parade of knit pant suits, polyester, and orthopedic shoes, the tours are actually geared towards the relatively young. Entertaining as they are informative, the bottom line benefit for travelers is that the tour is free of charge. One ...
I'll try to keep this short. Excuse the grammer and such, on a Bulgarian keyboard. Sarajevo is quite the city...a real melting pot of cultures. The tension is noticeable. I was there during Ramadan, which imposed nothing on me or any other travelers. You could still eat whenever you wanted, get alcohol, and people were out and about for the most part. Religion there is part of their identity, but not everything. I was staying in the Turkish quarter in old town, so it was ...
... later and I finally received my new passport. During this time I also received my bank card. Progress..with me, not the government. The only thing I had left to do was to go to the Bulgarian Embassy in Skopje, Macedonia and get my visa.
If only it was that simply. I had to go to the police station in Dimitrovgrad and then the Immigration Office in Sofia to get the documents I needed to get the visa. Chaos. Efficiency is ...