Kempinski Hotel Zografski Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... so we have a little more room than a typical room. We decided to try and find one of the restaurants nearby, and did so pretty easily. Only walked by it once!! The Cyrillic alphabet they use makes it a bit hard to read signs! Try figuring out how to say a phrase from the phrase book! Not easy! Had a lovely dinner with the local kopfska salad ( tomatoes, cucumbers, roasted peppers, ...
... to him that we were NOT paying for the time he spent lost. You could cut the tension in that car with a knife. He stopped several more times,...and tried to get us to get out of the cab. Again,....on dark, desolate streets. FA-Get-ABOUT-IT,...ain't gonna happen! We weren't going ANYWHERE! He got really upset,....and was cussing up a storm. It was in Italian,....but trust me,.....we got the jest. Finally,....he saw another cab,....and pulled up next to it. That ...
... funny! The other days we were there were spent just riding through the forests and clearings that were around. We rode for anywhere between 4-6 hours a day. We had one afternoon that we got caught in a storm complete with thunder and lightening. We were surprised the horses were so calm during it. Sim spent the whole time singing to his horse to "keep it calm". The songs included "rain drops keep falling," "Ain't no mountain high" and Spice Girls. It was entertaining to ...
... took the penalty and changed our ticket for bus that wouldn’t leave for another 7 hours. So it was back to our hostel to store our bags and have another look around Sofia. Not ideal at all and we’ll be checking every ticket from now on.
We liked Bulgaria, with our favourite places being Plovdiv and Veliko Tarnovo. We weren’t that impressed with Varna, and Sofia wasn’t that interesting a city. It was by far the cheapest place we have visited in ...
... to make a bit of cash. Many of them have disappeared now, but you can still see the odd one - they usually sell booze and cigarettes.
We went out that night - all I remember is that it was pretty quiet and I was pretty drunk. Rob met a Bulgarian guy called Tony, who I promptly nicknamed Tony Maloney. Little did I know how much Tony Maloney would change our lives.....
He didnt really change our lives at all, I just wanted a dramatic ending.