Sofia Inn Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... impressive. It seemed dark, and uninviting. There was however, a young man sitting at the front desk that was pleasant and had a really nice smile. He gave us a key to our room on the third floor. We crammed ourselves into the tiny little elevator, and went upstairs. As soon as we opened the door to the room, we were hit with a revolting smell. It appeared to be sewer coming from the bathroom. I called the front desk, and told the young desk clerk of our problem. ...
... to the hostel! The hostel didn't seem to bad they gave you a lot of free stuff but they had 2 pet cats that ran around throughout the lounge room and kitchen which we didn't think was the best idea. We were both pretty tired from the lack of sleep on the bus but decided to try and stay awake by going and doing the walking tour of Bucharest. It took about 2 & 1/2 hours and felt so much longer! That afternoon we spent napping back at the hostel before heading out for ...
... with a grueling 10 hour overnight sleeper train to Bulgaria. It was our first Eastern Europe overnight train and from the stories we heard, it was not about to be a pleasant one. We sucked it up as backpackers on a budget do, stocked up on snacks and prepared for the worst!
At this point, we have been in the cold for weeks and are craving some vitamin D. We can only hope that by heading towards Bulgaria and beyond will satisfy our cravings for sunshine and maybe some warmth! ...
... outside. This morning, we did a walking tour of Sofia with a local guide. It was very interesting hearing the ancient history of this city, although, it appears that Bulgaria has often been on the "wrong side" over the years. Most of the sights were centrally located and within easy walking distance of each other, but it was often difficult for us to orient ourselves, as most signs used the Cyrillic alphabet and we were unable to read them. ...
... houses a museum. There, we visited a temporary exhibit featuring gold artifacts from the village of Sveshtari in NorthEastern Bulgaria. The village is already known for an Thracian tomb that was first discovered in 1982 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All the pieces from the treasure were amazing but the most incredible one was a gold diadem. This article by the Huffington Post explains more about the site and has pictures of ...