Central Park Hotel
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... also dry and had a excellent taste.
The Balkan Mountains start at or before the Serbian border and run down the North of the Country East and West to nearly the Black Sea. Also in the West , but South of the Balkans are the Rila Mountains and the Rhodopes Mountains with a central fertile plane between them and the Balkan Range where a lot of wheat is grown.
We liked Bulgaria very much and it also seemed very friendly. Next ,on to Istanbul down the Balkan ...
... catch the changing of the guard, but we just missed it. Once we got back to Boulevard Vitosha, we bought some more little cakes from the same shop we'd been to the day before; 250g of florentines, 2 of the long syrupy batter things and 2 candied orange slices dipped in chocolate. We didn't eat any of them yet, though, because we stopped at a café for a coffee and a big chunk of Black Forest Gateaux. Somehow Mum ended up with a cup full of hot milk instead of ...
... improvise! Had a cappuccino to chill . Dunno where they were from but at the cafe one guy ordered an airplane-sized bottle of wine and another chap was having a beer, all before 0600. Wifi at the airport. Time to board.
In line, a tap on the shoulder. It was Kevin re a further au revoir. Mike was just behind him. That was nice of them. See, Guru, people do like me on these trips.
An Embraer 170 plane for the flight. ...
... that used to serve as the Communist Party Headquarters. Today it's a normal administrative building.
Normally there's is nothing special about the Presidential Palace (besides changing of guards every hour), however, this time it was quite interesting to observe what was going on. According to our guide there were elections in May 2013 and a new government started to control Bulgaria in June 2013. First of all, they took two security agencies that had existed in ...
Arrived in Sofia late morning on a public bus from Veliko Tarnovo. A much prettier city than Bucharest. Wandered around the city taking in the sights for a couple of hours stopping at random market stalls for panitsa (the Bulgarian version of a bourek) with spinach and cheese, then some freshly squeezed orange juice and lastly some coconut ice cream. It's only 31 degrees here but it feels much hotter than that! On the upside, my ...