Crystal Palace Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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After a 9 hour flight from Seattle, we arrived in Paris for a 4 hour layover. Managed to get a little walking (and window shopping!) in. We arrived in Sophia after a short 2 1/2 hour hop. Our hotel shuttle picked us up. The drive in was interesting....and a little depressing. Our route took us thru a pretty run down section. The highlight was …
... a treat.
Once I'd seen Dave off, I took a taxi to 'Ploshtad Makedonia', where Hostel Mostel is. I was in the same dorm where I'd been last week.
This morning I had just enough time for a good breakfast before getting the 9 o'clock bus back to Veliko Tarnovo.
... checks and duty free. I watched her go out of sight and then took a taxi back into town.
After leaving Mum at the airport, I took a taxi back into town and walked to Nightingale Hostel, where I was to spend the following two nights. Whilst checking in and paying, I met a chap from Ipswich who had just come from Budapest. He told me that people arrive in Budapest intending to spend only a couple of days there, but end up staying for weeks or ...
... much of that [plus two beers with him]. Playing pool, darts in a bar, some karaoke, etc all breaks the ice, making for more than 'how do you do', gentile discussions that don't speak to the long term like the forthcoming London dinner.
In international transit at Warsaw Chopin Airport. Just had to go through passport control. My gate area is empty of people but found one plug to charge the computer. There is wifi but must find a spot to scan ...
This trip really started off strong with the San Fermin festival in Spain, so it's not really surprising that it’s ending on a slightly quieter note.
My last few days of the trip were spent in Sofia, Bulgaria. I had heard some pretty negative things about the place, but I really found it to be fine, once again proving to me that you really can’t take other people’s accounts of places too seriously and that it’s always best to go ...