Sofia Inn Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... is the Dada Cultural Station. Both the bar and the bus are supported by the Sofia municipality and are part of Sofia's bid to become a European Capital of Culture in 2019. I had walked by this place several times already with mom and was dying to check it out. I met up with my friend Roussi in the area and, without knowing this was on my list, she took me there. While we were chatting, a high school classmate walked by, so he ended up ...
... the big cathedral passing by museums which are probably closed so I can see them tomorrow.
There seemed to still be police everywhere and armoured trucks so I tried avoiding them. I saw the big church but at first it seemed closed off so I tried going round to get back to my hotel
Then I saw there were no police on ...
I can't remember whether or not I shared this before but being in Eastern Europe was not part of my original long term plan. It was on one of those really long travel days in Turkey only two weeks ago that I had a good look at the National Geographic World Atlas App on my phone and contemplated the possibility of coming here. I worked out that I can use my time in the Schengen Area a lot more wisely without overstaying my visa and see more ...
... The windows tended to be fairly large with 4 panes. Some had decorative wood features but most were fairly plain. There seemed to be fewer houses among the fields. I wonder if the people live in the villages and go out to tend to the fields rather than living in the midst of their fields.
The drive back was faster than the ride there - fewer people getting on and off - so we made it back to the bus station around 7:20. I found my ...
... are able to walk in their stiletto heels on the uneven sidewalks and cobblestone streets! There is a lot of graffiti on the buildings. Lots of monuments. We learned a little bit more about the history of Bulgaria during our walking tour. It's very complicated.
We plan to take a bus to the town of Plovdiv tomorrow.
The cashews are delicious and Joel doesn't like the dried peas for a snack.