Hotel Lev Or
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
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... lounge, we started walking to the Parliament gigantic building. What should've been a 10-minute walk turned out to be a 40 minutes of walking in 50 centimeters of snow (although we were properly dressed).
We've NEVER experienced such low temperatures before.
The Parliament building was enormous and the tour was lovely.
We then returned back to the hotel using a rip-off cab, had some food and headed back to the old town, ...
... but we actually sampled some while we were making our own dinner and the men were occupied with the tv. It was delicious. It had such a rich flavor of olives and vegetables that had been cooking together for a long time. These men sure know how to cook. Then something weird happened while we were eating at the table. A man came in, took a bucket off the floor and put it on the table. He got a plate and proceeded to open the bucket and take out about ...
... When you exclusively see groups of guys, stay away from the street. Although the area might be safer at another time of day.
8) Don’t bring your Canadian cell phone service abroad. Unlock your cell phone
and buy a SIM card of the country you are in. Canadian cell phone rates are the worst in the world and are atrocious when you add roaming charges so you are sure to ...
... I found it kind of ironic that I get a stamp in my passport for Bulgaria when on this trip I had stayed in quite a few countries and got no stamps for them as they are part of the Schengen Zone. My whole time in Bulgaria will consist of being on transport or waiting at train stations.
After about 5 hours our first train arrived at its final destination in a small Bulgarian town. Here we had to wait for a bus to take us to another ...
Tuesday was another travel day with a short stop in Bucharest. Despite being the capital city this us not somewhere that I was particularly bothered about visiting - I'm not a city girl and already miss the remoteness of the mountain towns that we have stayed at whilst in Romania.
The one and inky historical landmark that I wanted to see is the Palace ...