Airport Hotel Consul
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the museums,the churches,the mosques (only two remain and only one is functional), parks, and statues around the central city. It gives one an overview of the city and then one can go back and go inside the places of interest. Also it is a good place to meet travelers from all around the world and exchange travel tips and stories. It was started about 5 yrs. ago by students and now continues and seems to be institutionalized. The tour guide receives tips ...
... me and the couple of other people sitting down and gave us each a chocolate biscuit. The others ate theirs straight away, so I did too - it turned out to have jam inside. As I finished eating, the priest chanted to the the semicircle from a Bible; he then placed it on the main table and chanted directly to it, with his back to the semicircle.
Throughout the whole thing, lots of people were wandering around, praying to icons and lighting candles as if there wasn't a ...
... we had dancers. After this first group had performed we had another dancer come on who was chasing someone to dance with. He got his eye on Adrineh and got her up on the floor - she was fantastic - like someone born to it. Then he cast his eye over our group again and spotted Max and got him up next. He too was fantastic and I think surprised us all with his moves.
Then it was time to pile on the bus and head back to the hotel. What a fun night.
From the Court of Justice we moved to the St. Nedelia Church which is a place where the last Bulgarian king was supposed to be assassinated. Basically the communists wanted to end up the period of the Bulgarian Kingdom so they decided to blow up the church while there was a ceremony inside. Their main target was obviously the king who was centralizing all the power in the country. In order to prepare the attack the communists bribed one of the guards and put ...
... premiums. Health care used to be "free" here, but a law change in 2008 established mandatory premiums for everyone. Mom and I took the street car there but ended up walking back, talking about all the changes on the way - how this building is new, and that building that used to be this is now that, etc, etc. Every time I come to Sofia, it's like discovering the city all over again - small businesses change all the time and only a few ...