Les Fleurs Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it's doing great, despite hyper-inflation in the mid-90s that rose to 1500% per month; organized crime: it was sponsored by the Communist government and it's here to stay (but it's not much of a problem because it only affects less than 1% of the GDP); NATO: he thinks it's weak because it no longer has a clear enemy, and no one can fight ISIS; and the Eurozone: he believes Bulgaria will be on the euro in the next few years but thinks it's a bad idea because the ...
... trip came when finding the train through to Sofia. There were several trains heading that way, including the carriage we'd arrived on. Fortunately, one of the small number of us doing the Istanbul to Sofia trek spoke Belgian [Bulgarian, come on Jeff] and got us on the right train, though not without an attempt to get us onto a faster train. A few platform changes later and we were on the last three and a half hour leg to Sofia.
I napped through ...
... first underground museum in Bulgaria. Walkways have been constructed, allowing the visitor to get up close to and above some of the tombs. Photography was not permitted, but it would have been hard to take photos in this dimly lit place. I marveled at the fact that I was walking around and touching tombs that were 1700 years old. One of the tombs that was excavated was not below the church but just to the side; that one was covered with a glass enclosure so that ...
... for the bus I met a Dutch mother and daughter who are travelling around Europe for three weeks. They are coming up to Sofia tonight too, but are getting the later bus. We exchanged information and will hopefully get together tomorrow for lunch or something. None of us really know what to expect from Sofia.
The bus ride was a lot nicer than I had expected. It was a five hour ride, I had two seats to myself, and each seat had their own TV in the ...
... lots of old costumes and traditional stuff
Finally I went to Slavikov Square near the Opera House. It was nice with a tram line running down the pedestrian street and booksellers.
There was a fruit market as you follow the tram line down as well as a park. In the park was a big orthodox church again not on my map