BEST WESTERN Hotel Europe
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... Mount Vitosha, a the snow-capped mountain next to Sofia, but had that plan squelched as well because the hostel staff told us the cable-cars are currently down for maintenance. Instead we swung into plan C - just to explore the city instead and see some sights before Kate and Andrew's last couple of days in Bulgaria. It was another hot, sunny day so perfect for wandering around.
Our first intended destination was ...
... bless her little heart',....said, "Debbie,....stand in between the police, and I'll take all of your pictures." "NO! NO PHOTOS!", screamed the police! No photos ANYWHERE in the Metro. Of course to us,....this was incredibly FUNNY. The officers somehow didn't see the humor. (No the first time we almost got arrested.)
So,.....off we went. We walked through the beautiful streets,.....stopped in The Church of Sofia,....lit ...
... 1079;овR 20;, Naroden teatar „Ivan Vazov“) is Bulgaria's national theatre, as well as the oldest and most authoritative theatre in the country and one of the important landmarks of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It is located in the centre of the city, with the ...
... Resort to swim in the Black Sea. The thing that
shocked me was that the bus we drove in was from Germany. I know this because the sign that was lit up, every time the bus stopped said Wagen Halt It was a lot of fun, because I associate the beach with the Jersey Shore and not exactly fun. However, the water
was warm and I could actually see what was next to me. It was a nice and relaxing day at the
beach. My next entry will be from Israel. ...
... capital with a few nice orthodox churches and a good cafe culture on the main shopping strip. The lack of an old-town (whatever old town they had was destroyed by the Americans during World War II) is what made it lag behind otherwise similar post-Soviet cities like Riga, Tallinn, or indeed, Plovdiv.
I was impressed, however, by the architecture on display. The Central Station, for example, was built in the style of 1970s Soviet 'Brutalism', with ...