Sofia Inn Residence
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... and pretty new. Nicko was telling us they had had a fire 5 years before in the old stable and unfortunately lost a fair few horses as well because of it. They have about 25 horses now he was saying. Anyway we jumped on the horses and Nicko gave me a very, very brief run down on how to ride a horse and then said that we were off. We followed the dad and let the others head off for their trail. We found out a little later that we were meeting them somewhere for lunch ...
... is littered with cigarette butts and old bottles. Old, decaying band posters hang off crumbling buildings, reinforcement rods are visible on the buildings and tram tracks. In a word, grim.
It just feels a little poorer than Romania, even though they are in a similar economic state. The sun had been shining in Bucharest but Sofia was overcast so this has possibly clouded our view (See what we did there?). Mandy abandoned the tour half ...
... 0 degrees Celsius) we opted to power walk around the town to see everything we could. After being bought cappuccinos at the shop across the street by the owner of our hostel, we headed towards the Danube River and the Fortress of Novi Sad. We were able to capture some amazing pictures of the city and river from the top of the fortress. After coming from Belgrade, it felt so nice to be in a “smaller city.” The pace of life seemed slower and a lot more ...
... very cute! After that we went to sleep, Karolina couldnt even articulate properly anymore :D
Next morning we decided to hike to the mountain, the father made for us some sandwiches and we went away. It was the most beautiful mountain we have been so far, with all the mountain flowers, little streams, hidden ponds and the green all over, it looked pretty wild, and the same feeling we felt ...
I woke up this morning to see the rooftops of the neighboring buildings dusted with snow! I couldn't wait to get outside and see what had changes since I'd last been here in 2009.
After a quick breakfast of banitza - a traditional Bulgarian food prepared with filo dough, feta cheese and eggs - mom and I left the house to run some errands. First, I had to go file a declaration that I live abroad so that I won't have to pay ...