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We left Veliko Turnovo on a public bus headed for the city of Sofia. Our bags were packed with a very nice wine that we have dubbed the "Angry Jesus" wine. We travelled through some beautiful country side, over a mountainous pass, and down the other side at such a breakneck speed that it made Ivan very nervous. Particularly due to a sheer cliff on …
... Kotor we actually met an Australian guy who recommended us this place.
Since there is a free walking tour in Sofia we decided to take it. That day we woke up at 9.00, had breakfast and left our hostel at 10.45. The walking tour started at 11.00 in front of the Court of Justice.
Our guide was a teacher of history so he talked way over too much about different historical events, Bulgaria went through, without making any jokes or sharing with us any ...
... We thanked her and headed for the booth. It was empty but a man walked up to us saying that he worked at the booth and could give us a ride for 20 LV. (the Bulgarian currency) he seemed sketchy and we were pretty sure he was lying so we told him no thanks and contemplated our next move. The kind lady from earlier walked by us and asked if we had made any progress. We told her that the booth was empty and asked a passing taxi driver how much he charged. He told us it depended ...
... a while we all headed out to the hostel bar for afew drinks.
Friday 8th June
Had a bit of a sleep in today til about 10am when I went down for breaky. After breaky I headed out with the same people from last night to get some more food and find a park to sit in for a while. The rest of them then headed back to the hostel while I ...
... top, and took drinks of ayran, a tasty drink made with sour yogurt, water, and salt.
The next day I got up early with Rada and Zlati and left the house when they left for work. I worked at a café that day and also went on a walk through Sofia. I saw one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. I also stumbled upon the Ladies Market, a big open-air market in a part of town where there are a lot of Gypsies. I bought some gloves for a dollar, ...
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- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed