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Travel Blogs from Sofia
... a quick glance at the passport and handed it back to me and said go that's it. So being a bit surprised I thought the Bulgarian control was on the other side, but as I passed over the bridge I couldn't see anyone else so I had to stop on the side of the road and get dressed and ready for the road.
The road to Sofia was ok and even the traffic in the city centre was ok. I had already put in two Hostel addresses but just could find them so went looking ...
Oct 2, 2014
Well,.....hello again! I'm writing this from 35,000 feet in the sky. After a whole WEEK at home,.....I'm 'on the rode again'. (Or in this case,.....in the AIR again.)
My destination is Rome, Italy,.....where I'll catch a Regional Jet to Sofia, Bulgaria. After arriving in Sofia,....I'll wait a couple of hours,...then meet up with my old friend, ...
... guide you could wish for and walked us through the history of Bulgaria and Sofia.
After lunch in Sofia we drove for more than three hours through the beautiful Bulgarian landscapes. After the first two hills Hadewych was already vast asleep. On our way we bought some tasty vegetables in a local grocery shop for dinner. Not much later we arrived at the guesthouse in Pavel Banya. We're we will be spending the next 10 days . We couldn't be stopped ...
Today was going to be a slow day as I saw most of the main sights yesterday on my arrival and the city had a bit of a creepy feel to it so the safest place was to be in the hotel.
First I went to the bus station to get my ticket to Istanbul in three days time as its a big week long holiday ...
We were warned not to come to Sofia back when we were in Plovdid. Our guesthouse manager Hstro has asked us where we were headed next – when we told him that we're going to Sofia, he gave a disappointed sigh.
“If you must go there, I strongly suggest only staying one night.”
“Oh...we're staying for two nights,” we replied.
He looked down and shook his head. I felt bad, and decided to soften the blow.