Sofia Inn Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... and just wander a bit, appreciating all that I have been able to do the past two weeks. Eventually, I end up back at my hotel, where I drop my stuff off, before heading back out to Vitosha for one last dinner. Find a restaurant with outdoor seating again, cause why not, and enjoy a great chicken meal. After dinner, grab a bit of ice cream and wander for a bit before heading back and getting ready for my flight home the next morning. What a trip.
... order? Another coffee! Just to summarize: it was 2 pm, I'd only been awake for 5 hours and I'd already had 2 espressos and 1 Frappe. And I still had people to meet and places to go.
My next stop was a double-decker bus that was parked by a cafe. The first floor of the bus was a mini info-center for cultural events in the city, and the second floor was outfitted with tables and a bar. The cafe is called Dada Cultural Bar, and ...
... giving us the run down on what to see and do in sofia she led us to an apartment across the steet as we had booked a private room, which was only 42euro for 2 nights! Unreal cheap! So we got bags left off and headed by foot to the shopping areas and stumbled across a beautiful little restaurant in a back street called Raffys. This place was full of people, a very big hit with the locals and the menu looked good so we sat down ...
... no lighting
Now I wanted to go back to the big St Alexander Church as the map said another church was beside that was used as a mosque by the Turks and has underground caverns
I found the red brick building and the church was ...
We passed up the beaches in Turkey to discover more of Eastern Europe. Trains out of Istanbul were nonexistent as work on a high-speed train infrastructure is in progress. Given that our luggage would cost more to fly than our airplane seats, we decided to take the night bus. Much like travel in Argentina, the buses are clean, organized, serviced with full meals and wine, and provide a wonderful way to travel without dealing with airports; only we weren't anticipating the ...