Meg Hotel Lozenetz
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... and shopska salad, which has onion, tomato, cucumber, and shredded cheese and is something of a national dish. A garlicky flat bread was also served. We had a choice for the main course: chicken with vegetables, or a vegetable souffle. You can guess which one I got. The chicken was barbecued and quite nice, and the woman who sat next to me, Melanie, ate one of my zucchini slices. Dessert was a layered chocolatey, caramelly thing.
I sat with Rosemary (the English-born ...
... and grey. The hotel and its ground-level cafe were closed for renovations, but the proprietors still allowed visitors to enjoy the terrace for a fee of 5 Bulgarian Lev (~3 USD) per person. It was a nice warm day in the city but it was cooler and quite windy up here, so we stayed just long enough to snap some photos.My dad and I reminisced about a hiking trip in the mountain back in the day, probably 20 years ago or so, when we got stuck at Kopitoto waiting for a city bus to ...
......With less than a minute to go, I made a last, desperate dash over the station's entrance and approached the ticketing line. Had it left? Would I still be able to get a ticket, or would I be staying here one final night? I raced to the counter, and in a breathless and desperate voice asked the bewildered attendant, "One way on the six o'clock Bosphorus Express, please."
"Yes of course." She replied. I'd made it! All the manic running had paid off. I bought the ticket ...
... On the way was a massive double police line and I was noticing more police and riot police everywhere. I guess some VIP was arriving at the hotel but it was strange seeing this level of police presence
The whole area was swarming with police and it seems practically everyone works for the police. There were truckloads ...
... Syrian refugees. Fortunately, group transportation such as ours moved through a separate line, so our wait time was minimal. We were just happy to receive a stupid stamp in our passport as so many countries in the EU no longer decorate identification.
According to Warren Buffett, the key to happiness is low expectations. In the case of visiting Eastern European’s least expensive capital, Sofia, his advice was particularly sound. Not only did we take ...