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... of pointing and actually got what we ordered. When we were finished eating we waited 5 minutes, asked for our check, waited another 10 minutes and decided to go up front and pay. He gave us our check and we realized that we hadn't gotten enough money out of the ATM earlier and were 30 cents short. Well this is embarrassing. How do we tell our waiter who speaks Bulgarian that we don't have enough money!? We did the only thing we could...we sent Jalyn to the counter to tell him. She ...
... en/). Unlike the Kempinski's Panorama, the tables sit out on an open air terrace with a wonderful view of Sofia spread out below. Turns out it's also a hot spot for prom dates and I watch kids in their formal finery preening and posing for each other in every possible combination. For whatever reason, service is slow and sullen, but I enjoy a good caprese salad and another plate of foie gras with peaches before packing things in for the ...
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 ...
Well, Sofia lived up to expectations, and more. The weather remains good, so we bicycled the 3 or 4 kms into the central area. We discovered that there was a dedicated bicycle path up the boulevard of the very busy arterial road right from the hotel… the trouble is it petered out after less than a km! But at least that gave Pat the confidence to continue on… she understandably does not enjoy city ...
... br> The premium is the public swimming pool, not one but two: in the hot one the bulgarian rest quiet and in the other cold, olympic one only sportive tourists swim up and down.
The city is relaxant with a lot of hills, gardens and parks and even luxury hotels as the bulgarians love to rest in the hot waters more than walking to the top of high mountains!
What after? Plovdiv of course, the second city of the country, the old Filippopoli, founded by Fillippo II ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility