Arena di Serdica Residence Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Wake up and it is my last full day in Easter Europe. How time flies when you are having fun. Head down for an early breakfast at the buffet before making my way at 8:30 to Alexander Nevsky Square to meet my tour group heading to Rila Monastery. I hate tour groups and guides in general, but the only way to get there on you own is to take one bus in …
Wake up early to get in my first gym session of the vacation. Clearly out of shape, or not as good of shape that I had been in, but it feels good to do a little bit of exercise that isn't walking. Take a nice hot rain shower before heading down to the decent breakfast buffet, though bit underwhelming if we are comparing to the others on the trip, …
Wake up to a new, slightly overcast, day early, around 7:20, knowing I have to make the most of the little amount of time I have left in Belgrade before my flight to Sofia. Head down to breakfast, which is not included in my room rate, first time for everything, but I splurge and spend the $10 it costs for the buffet. The buffet is excellent and …
We have really enjoyed our time in Sofia. There isnt a whole lot to do there but it is a really nice city. There is lots of amazing hiking you can do just outside the city which would be on the list for a future trip with more time. Our hostel was great and inclulded free breakfast and free dinner!
We started with a walking tour which was great. There have been settlements here dating back to 6000BC so there is a lot of history here. There are various ruins ...
... open. If you enjoy Dali and Picasso, you would enjoy the items they had on display at this art museum. If not, you probably would think that the art they displayed was a bit odd. Plus, the museum was very inexpensive. It was totally worth the price for people who like that kind of art.
Right across the street from the palace are what used to be the palace gardens, but is now a friendly park. How friendly? The benches aren't bolted down. People were picking them ...