Casa Boyana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pretty typically decorated for a Bulgarian Orthodox church, with frescoes all over the place, icons of Christ and saints, etc. Members of the public were paying their respects to the icons. On our way out we noticed that one of the cases had a relic in it, which made Kate and Andrew feel a little queasy: a preserved finger!
After going on to visit the Soviet monument we returned to the hostel before setting off to ...
... and prepared to enter dreamland. Just as I began to nod off,....there was a loud knock at the door,....and Passport Security was there, demanding our passports. We fumbled sleepily around until we retrieved them from our leg and waist security belts and handed them over. They looked at them,....shined a flashlight in our faces,...then handed them back. The young man sharing the berth with us didn't fare quite as well,....as ...
... 8211;1975, and a €100,000 restoration project was implemented in 200
... s night train to Sofia! (we've also had many warnings about this!) that was sorted in no time and then we started out sightseeing tour! This began at the local flea markets, lots of fresh fruit and veg etc. that was awesome- after mulling around here for a while we stopped for a snack. ALREADY? We were hungry alright. I had the quiche, Charly a sweet cake thing. (BORING FOOD FACT) Next we grabbed an ice cream and walked around the synagogue, mosque and a few of Sofia's ...
... was very helpful when we asked how to find some more Bulgarian yoghurt.
She also gave us a background to the Bulgarian protests which were taking place that day, which culminated in nightly protests outside the main parliament building. What was interesting was how placid the protests were – including entire families and their dogs (with a Bulgarian-flag sprouting out from their collar). To explain the reasoning behind the protests, she ...