Hotel Festa Sofia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... They had a tap of the thermal water on the outside of the building, which is free to take and locals stop frequently to fill up bottles. A few people in the group used it to fill up their water bottles, mostly to keep their hands warm because it had become really frigidly cold by this point. Thank goodness we packed so much under armor.
The tour ended at the Aleksander Nevski cathedral, which was one of the ...
... time estimate to get to Rila Monastery ballooned from 2H yesterday to 2.5H today [took 10M shy of 2H]. Daniela has to improve her time estimates. She is not allowed to guide outside Macedonia. Realized I left the olives and the cheese in the fridge. Talk afoot of skipping a lunch break to get to Sofia sooner. The last leg from the monastery to Sofia is 2H 15M.
There was snow on some surrounding mountaintops. Being a ski resort, alpine chalets were prevalent. The green ...
Thursday 27th - up and packed early to head to the bus station. Said our goodbyes to shanti hostel, really great place and staff! Our bus left right on time with only 9 people on it, we both dozed here and there, catching glimpses of mountains capped with snow. Didn't take us too long to get through the boarders and have our passports taken and checked. Few more hours in terrible bumpy roads we were on the out skirts of Sofia, let's ...
... 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 ...
... no identification, the government in Bulgaria resigned. Riots and protests spread through Bulgaria like wildfire..some violent, some peaceful. In Varna, a seaside city in Bulgaria, two men lit themselves on fire. Why the outbursts and unrest? The foundation of the protests seems to be high electricity bills; however, as time went on it was clear there were and are MAJOR problems in Bulgaria. Social security is too low and the cost of ...