Berlin Park Vitosha
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... night train out of Sofia on the 22nd, I didn't want to waste any time. There was a nightly pub crawl that started at 10:00 PM and it was great.
We started at a pub called Road 66 (themed after Route 66). We had 8 beers for about $12. I noticed that most of the places we had been to in Europe so far seemed to really like lighter beers, but it was pretty good. After that we went to one more bar which I never would have found on my own. There ...
... mafia types in designer clothing and high end luxury cars driving around. An odd combination along with the people picking thru the trash and sitting on streets with their hands opened palm outwards.
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... we wanted to try some Bulgarian cuisine and found a lovely traditional restaurant complete with live music not far from where we were staying. I ordered pork stuffed with peppers and cheese, Harriet was a little less fortunate with her choice after ordering a supposed pepper salad, but only 3 solitary peppers arrived on her plate.
After dinner we went looking for a place ...
... what a treat!
Later in the afternoon James and I repeated the park/cafe routine from this morning before meeting Iona and Hayden for dinner and drinks. Iona and I were drinking big jugs of vodka cocktails filled with fresh fruit - amazing. After a few of those we continued drinking at home while watching some pretty exciting episodes of Animal Planet into the small hours of the morning ...
... Christianity and fell to the Byzantines in 1018), which was followed by the Second Bulgarian Empire (thanks to the Asen Dynasty nobles) that fell in 1396 when the region south of the Danube River came under the rule of the Ottoman Empire for nearly 500 years (which explains the bitterness felt by Bulgarians against the Turks that still lingers today!). Then, the Russian victory during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78 liberated Bulgaria, resulting in the ...