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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... find somewhere to eat so see a restaurant that looks interesting and head in. It has a patio area and an indoor area, and all of the people in the patio, which is not covered completely are making their way to the indoor seating, which is where I am seated. Have a good meal of beef and wine, quite impressed with the food in this part of the world. As I am leaving, the rain is beginning to subside, though it is still going on and off a bit. ...
... engaged in quite intense worship, which attests to that. I think there was so much to take in that a guide would've helped, but I appreciated it all the same.
With the pristine weather and setting it was a nice escape on my last day in Bulgaria. Sofia is a cool place, but three days is more than enough. I'm currently awaiting my overnight train to Belgrade, where I've reserved a space on the sleeper carriage. I ...
... drive all over the Tuscany area;.....beautiful scenery, vineyards,....wine tasting, and pulling off the beaten path to eat fresh cheese on crusted bread, and sip local wines. It truly doesn't get any better than that.
Soooo,.....hang with me, and I'll keep you posted on all of the (mis)Adventures a girl from RI, and a girl from SC can have.
... guide you could wish for and walked us through the history of Bulgaria and Sofia.
After lunch in Sofia we drove for more than three hours through the beautiful Bulgarian landscapes. After the first two hills Hadewych was already vast asleep. On our way we bought some tasty vegetables in a local grocery shop for dinner. Not much later we arrived at the guesthouse in Pavel Banya. We're we will be spending the next 10 days . We couldn't be stopped ...
... we found ourselves in a local park with a small boating lake so for a very small fee of £3 we hired a pedalo for 30 minutes and relaxed on the lake. The sun was shining and it was all very picturesque. Charly fell in.
Unfortunately that was a jape but wouldn't that have made for hilarious blog reading?!
We popped back to the hostel to secure our plans for tomorrow. Sadly we arrive in Belgrade at 5:10 on a night train that is notoriously unhygienic, hot and ...