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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... you believe.
Our first real stop was at Alexander Nevski church. I've been referring to it as a cathedral, but it's just a church commemorating St. Alexander Nevski, a 13th-century Russian prince. It is a Bulgarian Orthodox patriarchal church, which means that no weddings, funerals, or baptisms can happen inside. This rule has been broken a handful of times, but only for VIPs.
Whereas the outside of the church is gleaming with gold and mosaics, ...
... Rotunda. It is the oldest building in Sofia and looks incredible, the ancient red bricks, the unusual shape and the Roman ruins behind it contrasting greatly with the much more modern hotel and President's building that surround it. I visited this last October with Mum, but Kate hadn't been before. We decided to go inside, and were glad that we did because we caught the end of a service in what were extremely atmospheric surroundings. ...
... not suggest that questions would be welcome so we dutifully did as told. A short while later we were passing through the communist identikit concrete passport control, which was a typically tense affair - featuring a bag search - save for random questions one of the guards asked about our respective life experiences. About three jolty, window slamming, hours later I was woken by tapping on the bus window and shouting of "change now" and it appeared ...
... be kids and they might as well learn from their mistakes at a young age. Gosh, I wish America was like that!
Being back in Europe also reminds me how much I would love to live in a city where the main mode of transportation is walking or biking. Not only is it healthy, but it just creates more moments to truly engage with one another. In America, everything happens at such a fast pace. We drive ...
... of the increasing time delays of the train. They also kindly watched over my bag when I needed to dash to the loo and, upon my return, I had one woman clucking concernedly and reaching over to pull down the back of my top which had ridden up. It could not have been clearer had she been able to speak English or I Slovenian: my kidneys were at risk, severe risk, because of this foolhardy behaviour. I haven’t been told off for this since my nana had a go at me in my early ...