Hotel Festa Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the car. He drove around the same 4 block area about 10 times,....stopping along the way to ask directions of people walking along the road,...and other cab drivers. He called his dispatcher a number of times,....but couldn't find the hotel. I told him that we had the telephone number for the place, but he claimed not to have any minutes available on his phone. Hmmm,.....wonder how he kept calling his dispatch without minutes. This went on for over an hour. I had ...
... least! We said goodbye to our horses on the last day and also the 3 pups they had sleeping in the stables and caught up with the two girls that did the trail and it sounded like they had a ball. The next day we were transferred back to Sofia at about 1pm. We made our way to the central bus station and bought our tickets for the overnight bus to Romania and left our big bags in a storage while we went to find the start of the free walking tour. Lissa also learnt that ...
... Anyway, keeping to ourselves this time, we made it to Belgrade and bought our overnight train ticket to Sofia, Bulgaria for that night. We had enough time to catch the Underground Walking Tour offered in the city that revealed Belgrade’s secret military bunkers and caves under the city that have only been open to the public since 2008. After the tour we filled our bellies with the BEST Serbian shopska salad, chicken shish-kebabs, and cheap drinks before we were ...
... that they use a local currency, rather than trade in euros. We got good value for our dollar and tried to do some serious retail therapy, however styles don't always suit our taste. This evening we went to a country inn up in the hills behind Sofia. We ate traditional Bulgarian food, then enjoyed a performance of folk dancing and singing. The night was capped off by a spectacular display by two men who walked and danced across hot coals. The ...
... to lunch and had our first shopska salad...yum!
After lunch we went to The Mall (pretty original name for a mall, huh?). It was nice and cool in there and plenty of great shopping. The boys got some Bulgarian soccer jerseys which are pretty cool. Now we are back at the hotel enjoying a little downtime waiting for Valeri & Vladi (Zach & Sam's adoption facilitators) to meet us in ...