Hotel Festa Sofia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was pretty massive back in the day! There is only a small bit of it that you can see now.
After that we went to the Saint Sofia church which dates back to the 6th century. It was built on top of the sites of several earlier churches. Now you can go down to the basement and walk among the ruins of the earlier churches. They have done a really cool display down there. There is also various tombs and sarcophagi down there as well.
Next stop: Plovdiv
... up. Upstairs, they had a collection of illustrations from famous books, from Pinocchio to Don Quixote. I found it all very interesting.
Since the weather was getting a tad wet, I decided to continue seeing all the insides of the museums. Plus, they were all pretty cheap to get into- usually a dollar or 2.
I entered the Archaeology museum and immediately saw a Roman sarcophagus, so I made the (incorrect) assumption that they had stuff from all over. ...
... that he'd be right up.
He arrived in minutes with another key. He said they only had one other room available, and it was on the 5th floor. Kris was just 'whipped' emotionally from the cab ride, so I told her that I would go upstairs with him and check out the new room. She said that she'd trust whatever I decided. We were both so exhausted at this point that almost 'anything' would look good.
The clerk and I entered the tiny elevator, and went to the ...
... we had to make our own way through grass that was as tall as the horses. We got back to the stables without any injuries and headed back for a warm shower. On the Wednesday we did a huge ride that lasted all up about 6 & 1/2 hours. We went up to the top of a nearby mountain that was 1600 m above sea level, we started at 1000m above sea level. The view was amazing it gave you almost a full panorama of the valley and surrounding mountains. During our ride we came across ...
... fruit), and were out the door to catch a train back to Belgrade. The train was 1 hour late and we froze our butts off waiting on the platform not having any idea as to what was going on because apparently emergency announcements are only in Serbian. (Duh!) It’s funny because sometimes when we approach people (to ask directions etc.) with our giant backpacks on they seem to think we are going to harm them or we are simply pan handling. The response is ...