BEST WESTERN PLUS City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS City Hotel Sofia
Modern kényelmes hotel jó reggelivel és biztonságos motor parkolási lehetoséggel.
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... on a phenomenal tour of downtown Sofia, all the while giving me a cultural, economic, and political recent history of Bulgaria. I met a bunch of her friends, we had a great lunch, and talked about everything. Weather's great, actually got a little sunburn going on. Oh yeah, i forgot to mention that i went to a barber in Istanbul. I tried to communicate that i just wanted a trim, but he chopped it all off. Oh ...
... be ignored by just about everyone, we pass a dog wandering on the verge, 4 motorbikes riding the wrong way up the hard shoulder because they overshot the slip road, a person stood at the side of the carriage way waiting for a lift. Not long before the motorway comes to an end we pay the toll about 5 pounds for about 400 kilometres. A couple of other travellers pass us one driving a Toyota with a sticker saying 'recycled Land Rover' on it and the other a Land rover Defender. We ...
... s even more of a risk. There are bike lines being added throughout the city though, and there is even a bike coalition in town. The other thing that struck me was the number of what seem to be mentally ill people in the street. The are dressed just like anyone else - indicating there is family looking after them, which is somewhat comforting - but when they suddenly start talking to themselves out loud while you pass by, it's quite startling. It's something I haven't noticed ...
... I was wondering all the time why she was even there anyway, given we were the only three people in the entire coach. After she gave us our allocated sleeping berths, she went back into her room and read for the entire journey. I could see a few empty bottles of beer inside her compartment too. Tough gig. Perhaps she was also there to fix loose bolts or weld broken latches if and when the need arose.
After falling asleep fairly peacefully we were woken the next morning ...
... the cost of what we would have paid in Australia even with our full health cover; and generally enjoyed living in the city of Sofia. Then on our first weekend in Sofia we were invited by Petya's family (a friend in Townsville) to stay in Trudovec, which is about 60Ks from Sofia, and join them as their village celebrated with a street party. What a weekend! Not only did we enjoy the festivities on the Saturday which included lots of eating, drinking and dancing, ...