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Very nice hotel, good location, and very good servises! The brekfast is good. they have a very good restaurant in the hotel! The rooms are good, i prefered a luxury apartment!
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Location: At the foot of Mount Vitosha in the western part of the country
visit: Church of St Sophia, National Historical Museum
near: Rila Monastery, Plovdiv
I slept late this morning. I was exhausted from last night,...and once again fighting the beginnings of a sore throat, kris was up early,....but she's was so quiet, I never even heard her.
Today I will leave Sofia, and fly to Rome to meet Dennis. I am excited to see him after our 3 week separation,.....but I leave with a feeling of sadness. Sad to be leaving this magical, incredible portion of our world,...and sad to ...
... down and then dolly stepped the whole way down the hill. It wouldn't listen if I told it to go a different way down either, it picked the way it wanted to go and went. Jerry, my horse, was a bit better at it then Sim's horse. His horse when it got wet on the track would just end up sliding. Also if the front horse started to trot or gallop then all the others did until the front horse stopped. You also couldn't overtake either the horses wouldn't really let you. The ...
... affect their spirits, yet the few Bulgarians I met are lovely people. Bulgaria is now a parliamentary democracy, but evidence of its Communist past towers over like an eerie ghost town.
It feels great to be with a friend from home. I adore all my new friends in Ireland, though there is something warm about being able to talk about the good old days in Los Angeles, only, on the other side of the world. C’est bon. C’est tres ...
... end of Vitosha Boulevard the main street in Sofia, the rather strange Statue of Sofia which stands in the middle of the road, the Sofia synagogue and the Banya Bashi mosque.
I then had a walk around the Zhenski Pazar, or womens market, a market selling clothes, food and general rubbish, before going to the Halite, an indoor market selling various foods and containing a number of restaurants.
I then wandered back past my hotel to the Yuzhen Park containing the NDK ...