- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
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... cards, so the hostel recommended we book through a travel agent. The travel agent actually booked the tickets without charging a fee, then offered us a free shuttle to the bus station! So we were supposed to take the tram to the other travel office location, then catch the10 PM shuttle to the bus station. We got off at the correct tram stop, but we could NOT find the office for the life of us. After we ran around like maniacs for ...
... up checking only a small backpack with the item my dad had requested and some other gifts.
Upon arriving in Frankfurt, I turned on Wifi and started chatting with my dad on an app called Viber. Coincidentally, just about a half hour before that my mom had heard on the radio that Lufthansa pilots were starting a strike. My dad checked my flights and sure enough, my FRA-->SOF leg was one of the many short- and medium-haul flights that had ...
... between being rubbish and being cool, with areas as poor as the countryside around it and others as cultured as places like Paris. Indeed, many of the buildings we walked by were reminiscent of late nineteenth century Parisian boulevards, and were every bit as impressive. We hurriedly went to a couple of churches we'd spotted on a tourist map which were of considerable interest. One of them we learnt was bombed by assassins in the early twentieth century as part of an attempt to ...
... local sight seeing and not much else. Mind you, if Ruse is an indication of shopping in Bulgaria we can't wait for Sofia. Designer labels at rock bottom prices and then marked down further because its the end of the summer season. We are just hoping the sales are still on in Sofia when we arrive! If so, we will be able to buy up and throw out some of the clothes that are looking the worse for wear after four months. From Ruse we travelled to the medieval town ...
About couple of miles before we entered Sofia, we were stopped by 3 police officers who had a car parked on the road side. As we were not strictly following the 'speed limit', I thought it may have been the reason for them to stop us. However, he started asking for all kind of paperwork and after checking all of them, he asked for the 'car-tax-disc'. Deja-Vu!
Last November, Pratibha and I travelled to Tanzania and Zanzibar for ...