Meg Hotel Lozenetz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the stairs down to the crypt opened and we went down to explore. We looked round lots and lots of very old brick and stone tombs and sarcophagi from the Roman city of Serdica, which stood where Sofia stands today. One or two of them had wall paintings inside and in one room there was part of a mosaic. We also saw the remains of the earlier Christian churches that stood on the site of the present-day (but still very old) church. We both thought it ...
... improvise! Had a cappuccino to chill . Dunno where they were from but at the cafe one guy ordered an airplane-sized bottle of wine and another chap was having a beer, all before 0600. Wifi at the airport. Time to board.
In line, a tap on the shoulder. It was Kevin re a further au revoir. Mike was just behind him. That was nice of them. See, Guru, people do like me on these trips.
An Embraer 170 plane for the flight. ...
... didn´t even say hi when she approached our table for the first time), she was slow and somehow not so smart so we were about to leave but there were no other suitable places in this neighborhood so we just had to be a little bit more patient. Of course, Gonzalo made a few comments that made our "sleeping beauty" wake up. Well, we shared one plate with mixed grilled meat, got one beer and one Fanta and paid BGN 24 in total (EUR 1 = BGN 2). We didn´t leave a tip, though :)
The room was cosy warm, but outside was below freezing, so we slept in a bit. We had a light breakfast of cereal and toast then it to have the weather. It was foggy and freezing, but at least not raining.
We walked all morning around the narrow cobble stone streets looking at ancient and magnificent sights. All the buildings are beautiful and many have been converted into art galleries and hotels. The three Roman ruins ...
... a day at the most if you want to see the church and few museums.
However, the closer we got to Sofia - we started to think that maybe there was some truth to what we'd been told. The first site of delapitated & abandoned communist buildings & factories was moving and kind of sad thinking on the whole situation for the people. The houses in the small towns and villages were old and ...