Les Fleurs Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... sometimes spill out into adjacent park for prayer service. Sofia synagogue- is the center of worship for the remaining few hundred Jews left in Sofia. During WWII the city boasted a population of about 50,000 Jews and having sided with the Nazi's this could've had a devastating effect. As the Bulgarian Schindler, King Boris III refused to send these subjects to the camps. Even before the world knew of what the German's were doing Bulgarians knew and the citizens rose up ...
... on the trail. The dad was our guide for the week and spoke enough English we thought but had his daughter, Veronica, there to translate for us for the week. So we met the dad and Veronica (we can't remember the dad's name) and they introduced us to our horses for the week. I had one called Jerry, he was about 11 years old. Sim had one called Samurai and was about 7-8 years old. The horses were already saddled for us and ready to go when we got there. The stable they have ...
... to get her Elvira streak in her hair looked at. Steve carried on until the tour ended and couldn't believe his luck that he had a Mandy-free afternoon. What to do? Check out the churches? Nyet. Go shopping? Uh uh. Pub? Deifinietely in the top three on his list. Cake? Mmmmmmmmm.....cake. Done
So he set off to wander around the mean streets of the capital to find cake, or a pub, or.....errrr....hang on, where exactly was he? Mandy had ...
... We found a 100% organic restaurant just 2 blocks away from our hostel which Terrea was eager to try out. The menu is small but super reasonable (nothing over about $11) with all organic wines as well (for $3 a glass). The dinner was awesome, shared 3 different dishes with super fresh ingredients and it was easily one of our best meals. The following morning, we ended up getting a free walking tour around the city which wasn't as thrilling as we'd hoped but ...
... that included the word bus and the name of some city. After talking to a few others, we determined that at one station we had to get on a bus to another station and then back on the train. Unfortunately, no one knew when we were getting to the station, so we had to stay awake and watch for it. It arrived at about 3:30 in the morning. Everyone piled onto buses for a really long two hour drive. I think that to fit in the bus, you ...