Grand Hotel Sofia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Sofia
Nice and clean hotel with huge rooms. Centrally located and nice staff.
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We stopped at a memorial to Bulgarian Jews that sits directly across from what used to be the Nazi party headquarters during the war. Bulgaria didn't enter WWII immediately, but sided with Germany when it did (just as it had done in WWI). The king was told to round up all the Jews and send them to Germany, and this process was begun. However, one day the Patriarch was walking by a school (or maybe it was a church) into which Jews were being herded. No one would ...
... and made my way inside. I tend to enjoy more active activities, so this was a good choice. I need to look for more things like that.
I decided also to treat myself to a nice dinner out, seeing as food is one of my great passions. I can now cross beef tongue and wild boar off my "things I have eaten" list. Both were delicious. Bulgaria, you know how to do food right.
I've also resolved to make sure that I drink more, given that alcohol is a great ...
... palm of your hand.
Tuesday night, I spent some time with my nieces and nephew again, then dad and I watched a magnificent futbol match - the Bulgarian champion Ludogorets was only the second Bulgarian team to qualify for the Champions League finals, and their first match was away against the UK champ Liverpool. Ludogorets already had lots of drama on their way here. They were playing their last qualifying match against Romanian team Steaua a few weeks ago. They needed a ...
... pews, and an upper terrace. It was nice to visit as I didn't get to go in Budapest and most of the other Synagogues along the way don't allow visitors.
The sign outside said this was the largest Sephardic Synagogue in Europe. In the centre there was still a heavy police present with riot police and armoured trucks. There ...