Hotel Festa Sofia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a bit. There was a service going on; a group of people were standing in the middle, flanked by six poinsettia arrangements. Choral music filled the cathedral, but I couldn't see any choir anywhere so I assumed that was through a sound system. I bought and lit a beeswax candle for Dad.
On my walk around Sofia I noticed several streetsellers selling branches of fir tree, branches from another type of tree (which I ...
... alloted 10M inside but a small colourful book was a good investment .
Back to the hotel where the driver had the gall to ask for a tip . It was about 1545 and spent the better part of 2H getting the blog updated. The dinner is at 1900. Used the 'request mileage credit' on Aeroplan since Lot Airlines can't seem to get its act together.
Sorted out the loan from Daniela re the Heraklea Lyncestis camera fee [10 denar and 1.5 euros]. She knows ...
... about the place from anyone without bringing up the war. Not making any judgements here, but there's a lot of backwardness in Bosnia. Another quick example; not mine...someone was on a tour of Sarajevo when the tour guide remarked at how beautiful the city is, just before dropping his cigarette butt on the ground... Just saying. Quote of the day from Haris: "When reality stops, Bosnia continues." Sarajevo ended well. After Ramadan ended there was a giant party in ...
... of the Cold War) and made our way to the small Church of St. Petka of the Saddlers, which sits below ground level, a sign of its age (the city having been built up around it over time). Nearby, partially excavated remnants of Roman constructs sat under tarps (even now, pieces of the city's history are being uncovered, including a coliseum believed to be nearly as large as the one in Rome). When then stepped into the Square of Tolerance. A site that would be unique in ...
... was built on top of the last He shows us a place in one of the under-street subways where excavations have revealed the 2nd century walls of Roman Serdica, topped with medieval walls of the first Bulgar Kingdom. *My good friend Constantine the Great's mom hailed from here and he was quite fond of Serdica and lived here for a few years before he got into the Emperor game. Supposedly, he called it his Rome. Seems like I'm tripping over him everywhere I go. *Sofia has no river. It ...