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... Sofia, dating back to the 4th century supposedly, and is quite charming. Check out the statue dedicated to Sophia, which was recently erected and replaced a statue of Vladimir Lenin as democracy took hold in the early 2000's. See the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, located close to Alexander Nevsky and another church, St Sophia, commemorating the soldiers who have died for Bulgaria. Finally, there is the Tsar Osvoboditel ...
... Sofia. The city is very cool in that there are actually 4 layers of the city as each empire built upon the other. When the subway system was built in the 20th century, they unearthed roads from previous empires. We saw buildings as old as the 4th century and buildings that were constructed during the communist rule.
After dinner I walked to one of the parks near my hotel and it was so alive! There were hundreds of people...playing with their ...
... to self, (and others).....ALWAYS allow extra time when at the FCO Airport.
The flight to Sofia, Bulgaria was pleasant. Again,....I slept a little. The airport there was much smaller,....and very easy to get around.
It dawned on me that the Apartment we booked had never confirmed the airport pickup from the email I had sent them. Kris would fly in in two hours and I didn't want to be left standing,.....so I bought some Bulgarian money (since the ...
... flora and fauna. And a pleasant mild climate to work and play in.
... their dance routine was done, all the bar tenders in the club got up on the bar and began “Making it Rain” with napkins, which is a way to show that patrons in Chalga clubs have money, it is done all the time. I admit I danced and I had a lot of fun. Look at the bottom of the page for the photos and video I took in the club, because I know that is what you really want to see.
The next day I went to the ...