Park Inn by Radisson Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... there are roughly 4,000 Jews in the entire country.
We walked by the Russian Church and the National Theater, both of which I saw yesterday on my own. The National Theater got started when workers brought in to staff the various Communist offices built a wooden stage in the park and started putting on shows. Eventually, they realized that they made more money performing than they did as party functionaries, and so a theater building was commissioned. All of ...
... to the Soviet Army, which I recommended and Andrew particularly wanted to see, but on our way there we were irresistibly drawn into a shop selling an amazing array of little cakes, biscuity-like things, baklava etc. Kate bought a couple of tulumbi on my recommendation; I'd had these before but Kate and Andrew hadn't. Tulumbi are basically tubes of fried batter soaked in syrup, somewhat similar to churros but thicker and with ...
... a sign that read "Kris Loven" I was soooo happy to see her, I reached over the divider to hug her!! I have a good feeling about this adventure. The Alexander Business Apartment that Deb found online is adorable! It has a kitchenette, a small bedroom that Deb so generously offered me ( also because the door closes and provides additional security for this sleepwalker ;) The balcony overlooks ...
... water.Loads of people were filling up giant bottles at these fountains. Our guide mentioned that there is 8 different types of "flavours" of the thermal mineral drinking water in Sofia.
We are heading to Istanbul tomorrow (evening flight), but we are expected to check out late tomorrow morning. We may check out a park and relax as Sofia is intended as kind of a rest stop for us.
-- Ryan L.
... showing us sights to see and places to eat and drink. Hostel Mostel is a great little hostel, very friendly, full of character and cheap as chips at 12 euros a night; highly recommended if you find yourself in Sofia. By the time we had checked in it was lunchtime and so in true English style, we had our first meal of our travels in a MacDonald's. After lunch we went exploring, heading towards the Alexander Nevsky cathedral. On our way we were stopped by two ...