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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hilly and thickly forested although attractive buildings were a rare feature. However, the journey passed quickly and Steven, vera and i shared travel and life tales... First impressions are important with both places and people and it would fair to say that Sofia was an instant thumbs down. We pulled into the station through bleak tower blocks, graffitied trains and long closed and vandlised factories, which were remnants of a different time. ...
... walking on and it was eerily quiet/empty.
Luckily, the place was easy to find. The apartment is quite nice. There is a living room, small kitchenette, and a bedroom with two single beds. The bathroom is also quite nice.
The rain finally caught up to us and it was drizzling when we arrived. I think it's expected to rain during our short stay here. That won't stop us from exploring tomorrow though!
-- Ryan L.
... they enter the monastery, but then I remember how I felt touching the Western Wall and walking into ancient synagogues. Honestly, I feel that my Judaism is strengthened by seeing other people profess and practice their faith. Orthodox churches are gorgeous and the one in Rila did not disappoint. I was not able to take photos inside and I didn’t want to be a bad ambassador for the United States and Jews in general, so I ...
Today, we visited the nice city of Sofia. Our first conclusion could be that it is as nice that it is small. The city has a very rich past, which is reflected on its mosaic of buildings (old churches, mosques, roman ruins, royal palaces, soviet architecture). The city was not overwhelming, which was pretty good -knowing that we only stayed there for one day-. We joined ...
I'm feeling very uplifted despite being bored here in Sofia because I hadn't looked into the average temperatures of individual cities in Turkey, just at the nation as a whole; average temperature in November is 11 degrees celcius. Was feeling rather frustrated that I'd be seeing Istanbul whilst probably freezing, but the average temperature for all the Western Turkish cities in November is well above 15 degrees and only starts to dip when I get ...