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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Happy Grill. We saw an old man trying to play the bagpipe in a park and it was the worst attempt I have ever heard. I'm sure he just picked it up for the first time today and didn't have a clue what he was doing.
We lucked out with the weather and had sunshine for most of the day. It was a really nice day with Jacquelien and Dineke. I now have some new people to visit in Holland if ...
Day 11: Today we continued on our travels and today we are going to Sofia. When we got there we went to Cathedral Saint Alexandar Nevski. It was a beautiful cathedral and we learnt lots about the history of the cathedral. We really enjoyed ourselves. After lunch we went to ...
... the church so she showed me another route I didnt see
This had more tombs and was quite large stretching around the tombs. It also went further down to another level, and had some roman mosaics, and tombs painted inside. This complex was actually quite large and actually well worth the 6 Lev entry
Under the ...
... showing us sights to see and places to eat and drink. Hostel Mostel is a great little hostel, very friendly, full of character and cheap as chips at 12 euros a night; highly recommended if you find yourself in Sofia. By the time we had checked in it was lunchtime and so in true English style, we had our first meal of our travels in a MacDonald's. After lunch we went exploring, heading towards the Alexander Nevsky cathedral. On our way we were stopped by two ...
... he said we were at Koprivshtitsa so I got off, made sure the bus would be in the same place at 4:50, got some directions from a woman who was helping me speak to the bus driver and off I went.
It wasn't until I was back in the bus seeing Koprivshtitsa from a higher vantage point that I noticed that it could be Bulgaria's Kyoto. There was a stream running through the middle of the village with numerous stone bridges across it - ...