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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... by which time I was tired and hungry but not hungry enough to want to spend a bunch of time over dinner. So at Lora's recommendation I walked a couple of blocks away to a practically empty restaurant called Krivoto, where I had a shopska salad. It was really good and light and it really hit the spot.
Tomorrow we go to the Rila Monastery, where we will stay the night. I've no idea what the wi-fi situation will be in a mountain monastery, but I'm suspecting it won't be ...
... had to provide the guards their identification. Over time, the Bulgarians just stopped going to church which has continued even today. Most weddings are civil and not performed in a church.
Bulgaria was part of the Ottoman empire for 5 centuries, so there is a strong Turkish influence. I've never been to Turkey, but our guide Viki told us that their customs, food and even temperament are very similar to the Turks. She said that it's well ...
... lovely. We walked,....rested,.....and enjoyed the scenery, and the beautiful fall weather.
Finally, we headed back toward town. We stopped off at another cute outdoor cafe, and had the most delicious, chocolate and raspberry pie, iced ever tasted,.....chased with a cup of Bulgarian coffe. Ahhhhh,.....Heaven!
From there, we made our way back to the metro, and eventually back to the Train Station. We located a conductor, ...
... reference" style="line-height: 1; unicode-bidi: -webkit-isolate;">The monument was designed by architect Nikola Nikolov and opened on September 22, 1981, the 1300th anniversary ...
... to love the city. I loved the part of the tour where we visited the former Square of
Power, which contained the former Party Headquarters and other buildings built during the Communist Era of Bulgaria. This square during the Communist years of Bulgaria was the center of power. The Red Star that once topped the building is now at the Socialist Art Museum. Right near the Square of Power, is the square of Tolerance, where there is ...