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... quite deflated as we had made the effort to travel two hours to get there. We had a nice lunch though and walked around the town. Bulgaria definitely is a country that doesn't rely or revoke around tourism, in fact hardly anything in Sofia was written in English making it so hard for us to try and get around independently. Many locals don't speak English as well so we couldn't even ask - we tried and failed this at the metro station so we had ...
Happily departing the night train at 8:04am on a Friday, we arrived in Sofia. Unfortunately to get to Athens, we needed to take a bus from Sofia as they have cancelled their international train routes due to the economic situation in Greece - they leave at 8am and don't run on weekends. We therefore had to stay three nights until Monday morning. Apparently Bulgaria have one of the fastest growing economies in Europe, but you wouldn't know ...
... en/). Unlike the Kempinski's Panorama, the tables sit out on an open air terrace with a wonderful view of Sofia spread out below. Turns out it's also a hot spot for prom dates and I watch kids in their formal finery preening and posing for each other in every possible combination. For whatever reason, service is slow and sullen, but I enjoy a good caprese salad and another plate of foie gras with peaches before packing things in for the ...
... in stark contrast to Rome, because Vienna is such a small city, it seems so beautiful because everything is packed in close together and therefore very intense, but it's just extraordinary how beautiful the city is. You could easily mistake any building in the city for a palace, grand hotel, fancy restaurant, casino or bank. Every building is worth seeing and you could take a photo of everything there. There's a staggering amount to see there and I just cannot ...
... bulgarian church, so they decided to build one for themselves and so we can admire it, really very beautiful!
Then you see in the same aerea the church of Saint Sofia that gave the name to the capital and the monument to the unknown soldier, the Parliament and other elegant palaces, gardens, statues, squares that you can visit in an hour walking.
Just around the corner then you can see the big buildings of the Government, the Bank of Bulgaria and Unicredit Bulbank, ...
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