Central Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... if she were called something else) and Ray from Camano Island. He makes glass art (not blown glass though), and his wife was wearing a pretty example of some earrings he made.
We met in the lobby at 8:55 for our walking tour of Sofia. It was very cool this morning, which I thought was great, but some of the Californians were cold. It warmed up quite a lot later in the day, so I felt vindicated at having not brought a sweater or jacket.
We stopped ...
... to explore properly. Kate then went inside the Archaeological Museum, particularly keen to see the room of Thracian gold Mum, Emma and I had all recommended to her. Unfortunately for her, that exhibition had been taken down, but she enjoyed the other exhibitions.
While she was inside, I walked to the central bus station to buy mine and Dave's tickets to Veliko Tarnovo tomorrow. It's a public holiday weekend, so I didn't want to ...
... zero information beyond a very helpful it will be here when it is here statement and otherwise busied themselves with looking busy. It was very odd. Our spirits lifted briefly when a single carriage train appeared at around 2:30, only to pass through the station before heading back the other way - an elaborate prop in the hoax train plot?! Who knew. Anyway, 2:55 came and went and there was no train and I decided on a wander outside, only to be ...
... most of it while we were here! We had a short bus tour around the city (which consisted of sitting in rush hour traffic, people watching everyone giving our bus the one over) so we decided to get off and took a leisurely half hour walk to explore Sofia and have dinner.
En route, we came across a giant concert taking place in one of the city's squares. There were so many young people out and about just ...
... in Istanbul. Assuming I could get to Istanbul. After a tangle with a local phone booth which absolutely refused to accept my money so I could call VISA, I was fortunate enough to be able to sort out the issue over Skype to my father who made the necessary calls. It turns out a system glitch had occurred affecting the whole of VISA in Australia… Of course, as it was 4am in Australia, few people would have noticed, but as it’s dinnertime in Slovenia, it was really a ...