Hotel Festa Sofia
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I confirmed my flight 24 hours in advance. But this morning, when checking into Lufthansa, with my confirmation email, I learned of the pilots' strike today. Timing is everything! Lufthansa has rerouted me with only a 2 hour delay. I'm waiting to board my new flight aboard British Airways, flight 891 to Heathrow airport at 1430. I arrive in London at 1555, then depart from the same terminal at1700, bound for Boston. Never a dull moment! With luck, I'll be home at 1910, local time ...
... I remember the bus being super late for some reason, and we got home way after dark. This was before cell phones were the norm, so my mom had gotten pretty worried.
Once we got back into the city, I met up with Veselina, a close friend of mine from high school who is also my godmother. We met up in front of the National Theater, which is one of the most beautiful buildings of Sofia. It's a 7-minute walk from my house, and on the way I marveled at how different ...
... commissioned after going into retirement some 50 years earlier from a terminal illness that needed full time care. It had that unmistakeable look of Soviet Union tech too; lifeless, dull and slow.
The three of us hopped on, and were directed to our sleeping carriage by an elderly woman who didn't speak a word of English. She pointed me to a sleeping car with one of the two German girls, the chattier of the two, Karoline. Being a savvy traveller, she had with her not ...
... but like all traveling disaster stories it is probably one we will laugh most about once (if) we get over it! The rest of our time in VT was spent simply enjoying the town. It truly is a wonderful place to visit and we really enjoyed just wandering the streets, stopping for coffees and beers, and shopping. Did I mention the shopping? Well girls (and boys) all I can say is if you like clothes at the right price plan a visit to Bulgaria. If Sofia is as good as ...
... area can be done in less than couple of hours. One very interesting monument we saw was called Church of St. George which was a red brick rotunda, considered to the oldest building in Sofia. It's behind the a hotel in the courtyard surrounded by modern buildings. The church was built by the Romans in 4th Century that used to be a site of pagan temple and during the Ottoman period it was used as a mosque. I'm pleased that no-one's fighting here with ...