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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... owl sitting on her other arm. It's a bit overblown, but certainly an improvement on ol' Vladimir "Sourpuss" Ilyich.
Our next visit was to the Sofia Synagogue, one of the biggest (quite small) Sephardic synagogues in Europe. Supposedly it can fit over 1100 people in it, but I'm skeptical. In fact, today's congregation is so small that the women, instead of using the upper level, sit down on the main level. I've never been in a synagogue before, which struck me as ...
... pretty typically decorated for a Bulgarian Orthodox church, with frescoes all over the place, icons of Christ and saints, etc. Members of the public were paying their respects to the icons. On our way out we noticed that one of the cases had a relic in it, which made Kate and Andrew feel a little queasy: a preserved finger!
After going on to visit the Soviet monument we returned to the hostel before setting off to ...
... L, two K's back to back sound ZH so we have given up.
Yesterday wasn't the best of weather but we didn't mind as it was mainly travelling for most of the time but when we visited the Ivanovo Rock Church, it was fine. This church was built high up in the rocks so we had our exercise for the day.
Veliko Turnovo was the old Bulgarian capital, is a very unique town as it is mostly built on the sides ...
... walking on and it was eerily quiet/empty.
Luckily, the place was easy to find. The apartment is quite nice. There is a living room, small kitchenette, and a bedroom with two single beds. The bathroom is also quite nice.
The rain finally caught up to us and it was drizzling when we arrived. I think it's expected to rain during our short stay here. That won't stop us from exploring tomorrow though!
-- Ryan L.
... we made it out of ere and finally made it to Sofia. It actually ended up being a beautiful drive through some very small roads. There are small protest going on in Sofia, so we did not do the walking tour. Instead our bus driver drove a little bit around the town so we could see some sites. Then the group went to dinner for a Gypsy Evening. We ate delicious food and were entertained by gypsy dancers. Once we were done eating the ...