City Avenue Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be completely made out of wood. The entire place is lit by candles. There were candles lining the side of the stairway, all over the bar and the tables, just everywhere. They only use electricity for the coolers. They leave all of the melted candle wax too, which just makes it look amazing. I'm really not doing it any justice, but I didn't get a picture of it.
I will be going back to Sofia at some point. Night train to Bucharest here I come.
Later I read this wasn't the baths but actually the Grand Mosque. Entrance was 8 Lev ($5.50) and had lots of Roman sculptures.
The upper terrace had Byzantine Christian art. The ...
... a lovey place by the stream for lunch, where we had freshly caught trout. a truly beautiful spot.
From here we headed to the Macedonian border. Bulgaria is a very poor country, and many villages have been abandoned, or have only the elderly remaining to work their farms. After crossing into ...
Yes, Bulgaria for 3 weeks. Why? Well, that's a very good question, one we still have to think about ourselves.
We arrived in Bulgaria at 3 A.M which darkened our view of Bulgaria and its people. Through time everything looks good after talking to the locals; ...
... worked apparently. Nikolay, the local fellow virologist who is our main contact here, met us at our hotel. (This, after I literally melted my $200 hair iron due to the plug adapter...you'd think after all the traveling that we do that this wouldn't happen to us - think again! And since I cannot live without this accessory, I'm quite distraught!! This means my hair will look terrible for all the pictures from our vacation. Ugh.) Anyhow, we walked through part ...