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... and obviously very old, like the ones at the church of Sveta Sofia, where I'd been with Mum the day before. There were some tables set up in the middle with food and drink on them and various people standing around eating and drinking. I guessed it might be a special thing put on for National Revival Day, with any visitors allowed to partake, I decided not to join in. I bought a postcard and a fridge magnet and went outside for another quick look at the Roman remains ...
... on the same route. We agreed to stuck together worried that we'd be left in the middle of Bulgaria on our own with no clue what was going on. A women on the same bus told us our plan was wise and that the train stations the ticket officer was listing were really small with unreliable trains. After a few more hours the bus stopped at a train station that was empty we all had to de camp from the bus and get on a deserted train. ...
... based on gossips or legends which usually makes such a tour easily consumable. Cause of many given facts we were able to remember just like 1/5 of them :( Well, he was still nice and apparently made a big effort so we tipped him anyway.
In Bulgaria they really love lions, they consider them to be a symbol of strength and power and from this reason they put their statues everywhere. Even the Bulgarian currency bears the name "leva" which means "lion" in the ...
... Negroni in town, I avail myself of one and ask Mariela where I should go to eat. She recommends a Japanese place called Sasa and the restaurant at the Kempinski Hotel Zografski , which are both located at the top of high rises and have good views of the city and Vitosha, its mountain backdrop. She marks them on a hotel map and says I should take a cab. I think the walk would be more fun and I set off, discovering half way that it the Kempinski is a good 3km up a ...
... four large columns in the middle supporting the gold-plated dome. Many murals adorn the walls, depicting Russian and Bulgarian saints and scenes from the Holly Book.
I visited Vitosha Boulevard, named after Vitosha, the mountain just next to Sofia. The street was initially built up with low one-storey houses, but turned into an imposing trade street in the Interwar period as massive public buildings were constructed, changing ...