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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... Today, 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 ...
... to a mosque. It's another reminder that yes, I'm back in Europe.
After that I somehow killed a few hours doing not all that much. I wandered, enjoyed the parks, idled through the markets, and scored the aforementioned cheap lunch. I actually felt a bit guilty paying so little for it, but then given the prices I'll be facing in Paris in a few months I shouldn't be complaining.
I headed back out this evening and went in ...
... The ref added on 4 minutes of stoppage time. With seconds left, a crucial mistake by one of our defenders and our goalie resulted in a penalty kick against us. And so we lost 1-2. Crushing, just crushing defeat and completely undeserved... Argh! The Bulgarian fans though were an inspiration. You could hear their chants although they were outnumbered by Englishmen tenfold.
Wednesday was my nameday. Namedays are almost like birthdays. If you're named after a saint in ...
... inside that could be seen thru the glass
I wanted to be at the Mosque for 1pm Friday prayers and I still had some time. I noticed another museum that wasn't mentioned online or on my map so I went in to ask.
It was on the 2nd floor of a building and cost 5 Lev ($3.75).. It had a lot of early Christian art, gold word, ...
... area can be done in less than couple of hours. One very interesting monument we saw was called Church of St. George which was a red brick rotunda, considered to the oldest building in Sofia. It's behind the a hotel in the courtyard surrounded by modern buildings. The church was built by the Romans in 4th Century that used to be a site of pagan temple and during the Ottoman period it was used as a mosque. I'm pleased that no-one's fighting here with ...