BEST WESTERN Premier Thracia Hotel
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From the Court of Justice we moved to the St. Nedelia Church which is a place where the last Bulgarian king was supposed to be assassinated. Basically the communists wanted to end up the period of the Bulgarian Kingdom so they decided to blow up the church while there was a ceremony inside. Their main target was obviously the king who was centralizing all the power in the country. In order to prepare the attack the communists bribed one of the guards and put ...
... snow. However we then discovered that it was sightseeing only and no lifts were operating. We were not that disappointed because it was a lovely drive thought the forest and the snow and we stayed for around an hour before getting a another taxi half way down. We then transfered to a bus for the remainder of the trip down to save money.
We then stuffed around for a couple of ...
... quote from the first driver in line and made it to our hotel 20 minutes later. It was 10 LV ($2.20) and we were very grateful for all the helpful advice we were given. God has really blessed us with people today who have gone out of their way to help, and we are so thankful for it. We spent a while relaxing in our room and went downstairs around 7:30 to eat dinner in the hotel restaurant. People in Bulgaria do not speak English so our waiter had some trouble understanding us. We did ...
... bigger and could recline a fair way, the temperature was good, there were tv's on the backs of all the seats (although in Turkish) and they gave out water and snacks. However despite all this I still had trouble sleeping because frankly, it was still a bus. I managed to get afew hours here and there before arriving at the Turkish border at 3am. 5 of us ...
... leave behind. Maybe I'll fly with these people more often! No wait...they charge for water on the plane, nevermind. Anyhow, they finally let her on with her 4 carry-ons, don't know if she paid more or not. An hour and a half later, we land in Istanbul.
More language barrier problems. Our driver knows exactly 1 word in English, "hello". So we have an interesting time during the hour drive across Istanbul...he's trying to talk to me in Turkish and I'm trying ...