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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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It took us most of Saturday to drive up out of Turkey and into Bulgaria. The bus gets quite squishy, but we do stop every couple of hours or so for a break. Sometimes these stops are just at service stations, or sometimes in a town or shopping centre. Our tour manager Ryan tries to break up the time with some games. So far we've done speed dating, where we move around the coach meeting people. We've also done question games where we ...
... Budapest was already on my priority-to-visit list. I'm definitely going to visit after I finish in Bulgaria next summer.
A couple of jobs needed doing after that; topping up my Bulgarian phone at a Vivacom shop and getting hold of some AA batteries that worked. Once I'd done those, I walked to Aleksander Nevski church and looked round the interior. It was very impressive, with massive candelabras hanging from wonderfully painted ceilings. Only ...
... why [very dumb]?
Bit of updating of travel notes with the Baltic Republics in the rear view mirror. Off on my hunt for the wifi kiosk. Handled the European techonology with aplomb though annoying just a single 30M block. It's supposed to be 'free' wifi, not 'timed' wifi.
A couple of emails and surfing before the half hour clock gonged. Did an acrostic puzzle to pass the time. It is an hour earlier in Warsaw so the waiting is longer but ...
... government to resign. Especially young people are organizing these protests. A few weeks ago the Bulgarian president had a public speech where he should have expressed his support to protesting people. Hence, another group of people started protesting, they are usually old and their protests are called "antiprotests" since they don't agree with the existing protests and the attitude of the president. While the protests normally consist of thousands of people the ...
... place for yourself.
I did go out one night on a 'pub crawl’ with several Europeans from Germany and Poland. The local Bulgarian guides were very cool and they took us to some places we would have never found otherwise. The best ‘pub’ was a place called The Apartment which was just as the name implied, a gigantic apartment. It was located in an old building with a long and interesting history that dated back to pre-World War II ...