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TravelPod Member ReviewsDunav Hotel Vidin
It's a good hotel for Eastern Europe. Dining room smelt of smoke and bathroom smelt but I can't base my review off that because in Eastern Europe I don't think a normal smelling bathroom or dining room exist.
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... door to a 1950's style apartment complex. I think the synagogue was in better shape (see pictures on the stream). The local Imam invited us into his Mosque. It sits across the street from an Orthodox Cathedral. He says he has morning coffee with the Bishop most days of the week. We could not go in all the way (see pic on the stream). The downtown area is ugly - built by the ...
... from last year.." It's nice to be remembered...
On Tuesday we headed north, with visits to a mother & baby unit and a day centre in Vratsa, Berkovitsa oprhanage and the youth prison at Boychinovtsi. We finished the day in Vidin with our friend Mick at Phoenix Cafe. More on this exciting project tomorrow.
Vidin and Belogrdchik, Bulgaria
It is cold and windy with the sun peeking out a little this morning. I have an official cold now. Everyone is looking at me as if I'm Typhoid Mary. No, that would be the other sniffling, sneezing, and coughing people who infected me. Hummp! There was even a lady on our tour bus who "made sick" on herself. I should have brought Lysol with me! ...
... call and reserve rooms at Hotel Restaurant Tata Si Fii for us. But they did not pick up the phone. I sent them an email. But lacking a confirmed reservation by bedtime, we had an excuse to take another R&R day in Calafat.
July 8th, Calafat Rest Day
Breakfast at Panoramic was a dud. For 10 Lei ($3) each, you pick from a menu of four choices which includes a tea and a coffee with plates ...
... a lot of vendors. selling local crafts and refrigerator magnets made in China. As we have no cash with us we have to settle for enjoying the panoramic views from this high point on the mountain. On all sides there is a view of miles of countryside mostly in wheat.
I need to explain the "no money" part. Since arriving in Prague, we have been faced with a local currency problem. So far we have visited The Czech Republic, Germany, ...