Arena di Serdica Residence Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... and would speak Bulgarian to me at first. Whatever their assumption, me being a tourist or local, when I made eye contact with someone they just looked at me. Sometimes I smiled back, sometimes I waved, most of the time I nodded my head. Young, old, male, female they kept looking at me without any reaction. So I just looked away. After a few days I just gave up interacting with most people. Whether they looked at me or not, I just minded ...
... twins, and we had a wonderful time chatting over home made food.
To my relief, the rain was gone on Sunday. I woke up to wonderful mostly sunny morning, with a few clouds lingering above the mountain. That day, I got my cat fix. My parents and I went to see very close friends of theirs, who live in a house in Boyana, a suburb of Sofia in the foothills of the nearby Vitosha mountain. Their house was perched up on a hill, and we could see Sofia down below from ...
... I was fascinated by the idea of travel and adventure across the world, and no symbol had come closer to embodying this spirit to my mind than the Orient Express. It stood for everything that was strange and unknown to me, a proud ambassador of all things different and beyond my reach. To see a remnant of it now in such a forgotten and relatively neglected state made me more than a little sad.
Eventually two young german girls sat down nearby to disturb my nostalgic moment. ...
... Tarnovo (VT) where, on the day we arrived, we saw the Tour de Bulgaria bike riders. They were completing Stage 3 of the ride from Kazanlak to Elena which took them through VT. By chance we also saw them a couple of days later in the town of Gabrovo. I love it when you travel and you come across things like this just by chance! While in VT we walked around the ruins of the Tsarevets Fortress which featured the remains of more than 400 homes, 18 churches and ...
... weeks. We decided to rent a car in Zanzibar. On our second day,we were stopped over at the police check post on our way to Nungwi, where we were taking scuba diving lessons. The police officer after checking all our paper work which was in order, asked us for the 'car-tax-disc'. He went on & on about highways code, Zanzibar traffic laws etc. etc. After about half an hour, Prati asked him for his name and badge number as he wasn't wearing any. ...