Park Inn by Radisson Sofia
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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... the most and least, they always said that they found Chileans very difficult to understand. Now I can see why! It sounded very different to Ecuadorian Spanish.
I took the bus to the airport terminal late at night, at quarter past eleven. Somehow I ended up getting a free journey, because although I checked with the driver if it was going to the airport or not he never asked me for the fare (like the girl at the hostel ...
... of us carrying our shopping. We walked slowly back to the hotel crossing a park which covers 900 acres - imagine that in the middle of a city.
We dropped our bags in our room, then we decided to head for the shopping centre behind the hotel. We found quite a few eating places but decided on one which is apparently called Fancy - hence today's title. We had couple of beers and Cheryl even had a wine and then a really nice lunch.
After lunch ...
... ago how the accommodation choice you make can really affect your experience somewhere. I know for a fact that if I see "party" or anything similar in a hostel/guesthouse description, then I'm not staying there. I've started looking for words like "chill and relaxed" in descriptions and its really made the experience so much better. Party hostels are just booze fueled 18 year olds with nothing intelligent to say, and generally a drunken sausage fest. The chill places are ...
... did a lot. It was so bad that every time he put his arm up we had to hold or breath or put our blankets over our nose to mask the smell. I even took out my perfume severl times, sprayed behind his seat and gave the girls and myslef perfume to dab under our noses (see below). Six hours later we made it to Sofia, Bulgaria and were so thankful for the fresh(ish) air. We had no idea where our hotel was that we had booked and had not mapped it since we didn't know where our bus ...
... is another of my gifts.) -This Burgas 63 is very popular Bulgarian type. From grape. 13.50 lev. Or maybe you would like this very much older one. It is also from grape. 27 lev. -I don't like the recipient of my gift that much. I will take the first bottle. And your English is very good. - I lived in New York for 5 years. I have an apartment there. I have a master's degree in economics but there are no jobs here in Bulgaria. Would you like this gift-wrapped? -I have a ...