How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
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... it looked like “Mexico” but couldn’t be further from Mexican food…). Turns out that Bulgarian food is delicious, which was a very pleasant surprise because we didn’t know anything about the cuisine in the Balkans before arriving in the region. We ordered kebache(grilled spicy pork sausages) and kyufte (round and flat pork burger), Kavarma in a clay pot with dough on top (kind of like ...
... Had the remaining peanuts and dates from Skopje for lunch and headed off to Boyana Church. Daniela got things priced. It was much further away than I thought. The chap will also take me to the airport tomorrow at noon.
Boyana Church was Bulgaria's first World Heritage Site. There are original frescoes from the 11th c but the repainted frescoes of 1259 are the church's star attraction, having a Renaissance feel centuries before that period of artistic flair. One ...
... could easily have spent a couple weeks in the country and made my way to the Black Sea. But I didn't. I'm about to catch a bus back to Belgrade for another four days until I depart for Thailand. Nothing wrong with Belgrade, but I could have made better use of my time. I'm learning. One thing I'm excited for is the Belgrade Beer Fest. I'm planning to meet up with some people this weekend for it, we'll probably get a little rowdy. Like I said, I'm learning as I go. I mentioned ...
... Bulgarian National History Museum. A trove of artifacts and replicas from across the country spanning thousands of years, the collection was one of the more impressive ones I've seen in any museum, and one of the most diverse, given the constantly shifting empires laying claim to the country throughout the centuries.
Iva graciously scheduled a three-hour rest period between 5:00 and 8:00 that evening, and after a day of virtually non-stop walking, we ...
... to be the busiest shopping street, Sofia's 5th Ave., with no compass or plan. The street is shaded by chestnut trees in bloom and lined with smart cafes, many already crowded with the coffee-sipping cognoscenti , in front of the usual shop windows filled with Dolce & Gabanna this and Juicy Couture that. Struck by a practical thought, I enter a small convenience shop on a side street and ask the guy behind the counter if he can recommend a good rakija. -For a gift? ...