Hotel Festa Sofia
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... family took us to visit Saeva Dupka Cave and the 12th Century Glozhene Monastery, where we had lunch, on the Sunday. Both places were fabulous and places we would never have found let alone visited while we were in Sofia. The photos tell the story! We are now into our second week in Sofia. This week we are making our plans for how to spend the rest of our holiday because sadly we have to start thinking about what else we want to do before we return to Athens on ...
... Mariya with whom I worked together for few years in London. She'd invited me number of times to visit her country & I couldn't do it till today. I'm glad that I am here even though its only for a day.
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Next Stop: Istambul, Turkey
... would be (up a nearby mountain)...only to find out that there's tons of snow on the ground still and we couldn't hike up it! We met 2 other hikers who were having the same problem and we all decided to hike DOWN the part of the mountain we had ridden up. ******* knees but easy on the eyes. Fun times. :)
The rest of our time was spent chilling with Nikki and Lance was excited to introduce Nikolah to Anderson Silva. So great to have the time to hang out!
... more communist parks, bought overnight bus tickets to Istanbul, braved snow attacking us in fervor, and headed back to the apartment, listening and playing music and just relaxing.
Bulgaria felt a great impact from the Communist regime, and it shows, not only in the architecture, but in the people. Those middle aged and older are cold at first, not taking chances, not giving much in the form of good customer service, not ...
... all the main attractions are easily reached by foot so we've been walking around a lot. The main shopping strip is closed to vehicular traffic and is occupied by high-end shops (where everything is also on sale!), fancy restaurants and trendy cafés. If it's lacking in history, it certainly isn't lacking in beautiful women. Good grief, what's in the water here?! The young women are all stick thin, well endowed in mammal glands and ...
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