Park Inn by Radisson Sofia
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... that he'd be right up.
He arrived in minutes with another key. He said they only had one other room available, and it was on the 5th floor. Kris was just 'whipped' emotionally from the cab ride, so I told her that I would go upstairs with him and check out the new room. She said that she'd trust whatever I decided. We were both so exhausted at this point that almost 'anything' would look good.
The clerk and I entered the tiny elevator, and went to the ...
... to the hostel! The hostel didn't seem to bad they gave you a lot of free stuff but they had 2 pet cats that ran around throughout the lounge room and kitchen which we didn't think was the best idea. We were both pretty tired from the lack of sleep on the bus but decided to try and stay awake by going and doing the walking tour of Bucharest. It took about 2 & 1/2 hours and felt so much longer! That afternoon we spent napping back at the hostel before heading out for ...
... minutes and spent four hours sitting in the Italian sun waiting for the next bus to come. Pleasant and warm with the only ugly view in the whole of Venice.
I love the train and bus travel for the opportunities it gives to see the countryside and so it was with great regret that my later transport meant I travelled into and out of Austria in the dark. I was in the Alps, it would have been some of the prettiest mountain country I passed through but I saw nothing of it ...
... event organizers in case I was questioned as to the reason I was visiting the country. I instantly regretted the decision to pick that 7 AM direct flight to Sofia. Once in Tel Aviv, Amy suggested that I would be fine with 2 or 2 and a half hours before my flight. She explained that everyone is assigned a number when they arrive at the airport. The number starts with 1-6. 1 means you're cool, 6 means you might be shifty. Amy guessed I would be assigned a ...
... for various partner organisations right across Bulgaria. We met Jenny Lambert, from Reach Out Bulgaria, who was delighted to pick up a van load of boxes to give to children in orphanages in the east of the country. She told us the shoeboxes she'll give them will be the only toys they have - something that seems so hard for us to imagine.
It was a long, cold, hard slog but ...