Best Western Hotel Expo
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... never visited a school on a Rick Steves tour before and now I've visited two!). We were greeted in the playground by kids of around four or five years old. They sang a song, and then one little girl recited a poem for us. Completely adorable. Going into the school, we went down to the basement where the kindergarteners were. Kindergarten starts at six years old and first grade at seven. They also sang some songs (one about how to behave in traffic, apparently) and danced. They were ...
... the bottle and getting somethingelse to quench my thirst.
At 6pm, the 365 organization runs a free tour of Sofia. They call themselves that because they run the tour every day, regardless of weather. Our guide, Slavyan, was amazing! The tour was more than worth the time and certainly more than worth the price. (Plan on leaving a nice tip because you'll love the tour.)
Slavyan was funny and did a great job of sharing the history of Bulgarian and ...
... this elevator? Could it drop? Would we have to spend the night in here? All of these questions were going through my mind. At one point, I was leaning against the door,.....deep breathing,.....with my hand up to my forehead. The sweet, young clerk said...."You have headache?" DUH,.....do ya THINK?
By this time the clerk gave up getting us out, and called an elevator service. He said that we should be out in about 40 minutes. This was music to my ...
... 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 ...
... with a grueling 10 hour overnight sleeper train to Bulgaria. It was our first Eastern Europe overnight train and from the stories we heard, it was not about to be a pleasant one. We sucked it up as backpackers on a budget do, stocked up on snacks and prepared for the worst!
At this point, we have been in the cold for weeks and are craving some vitamin D. We can only hope that by heading towards Bulgaria and beyond will satisfy our cravings for sunshine and maybe some warmth! ...