Hotel Festa Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... the museums,the churches,the mosques (only two remain and only one is functional), parks, and statues around the central city. It gives one an overview of the city and then one can go back and go inside the places of interest. Also it is a good place to meet travelers from all around the world and exchange travel tips and stories. It was started about 5 yrs. ago by students and now continues and seems to be institutionalized. The tour guide receives tips ...
... the Changing of the Guard outside the President's Building! It was a small ceremony, but involved colourful uniforms and lots of goose-stepping.
Seeing as I was so close by, I diverted and went inside the Rotonda Church of St George, the little circular church with Roman remains that I mentioned in a previous email. Mum and I had visited, but didn't have time to go inside it properly. It had some murals on the walls and some of the brickwork showed; the bricks were ...
Arrived at the train station in Istanbul to find out that actually there were no trains running to Bucharest but there was a bus replacement service. Feeling a little worried we hoped on the his which took us to a train station at the border between Turkey and Bulgaria. Thinking we would only be there for a little while we sat in the waiting room, one hour turned into two and people began to give up waiting and slept. After 4 hours a ...
... under the roof of the church. After explosion the roof fell on everybody's head inside of the church, however, the king survived because he was fashionably late and at the moment of attack he wasn't inside of the church. The Kingdom of Bulgaria was ended and replaced by another political order called "republic" but this happened a little bit later.
From the St. Nedelia square we had quite a nice view of the statue of St. Sofia. According to the legend she was ...
... br> The afternoon was a fun time of shopping for clothes. Dad bought a jacket, mum bought socks and Shareen got jeans. All were very very cheap and good quality warm clothes.
At around 5pm, we went back to collect our bags from the hotel and trekked back to the main bus station. Bought tickets for the two hour journey to Sofia (14 lev each).
We have been trying to learn the Cyrillic alphabet, which is useful since ...