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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 …
... some games until finally we arrived in Sofia. Yay! Whilst for a lot of people there destination had been Sofia we still had to get into Romania and so reserved a seat on a train heading for Moscow that passed through Bucharest. Everything was fine until about 1am. The carriage we were in was empty and another ticket collector came through shaking us all awake and wanting to see our tickets. Our American friend was given the ok but ...
... my cousins :)
After that we headed towards the Banya Bashi Mosque. Behind the mosque there are public thermal baths and then we walked a little bit further to try how the local mineral springs taste. They are supposed to have healing effects so many people (of course some tourists but especially local people) were coming to refill their bottles. The water was boiling, though (it had certainly more than 40°C).
Another place of worship located just across ...
... which transport to get back to our hotel. There is a huge variety of public transport here including buses, trams, metro and a weird sort of electric bus that looks straight from the Soviet era.
Made our way to the Cathedral of Saint Alexander Nevski which is an amazing church and Sofia's one big highlight.
We then walked through the centre of town which has some amazing ...
... where a complete study of the culture of tribes and peoples who have once occupied present day Bulgaria from the remote past until the 18th century. It was established in 1949 as a follower and successor of the Department of Valuables, a section of the Library established in 1879 and transformed into the National
Museum in 1892 and eventually the Bulgarian Institute of Archaeology in 1921, which was the first academic institute in ...