Les Fleurs Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that list of all the things you've been denied while traveling and you're gonna scarf down when you get home.
The following morning a group of us head out for the free Sofia walking tour. Starting with the Palace of Justice- a more recent edition to the city it houses the criminal courts. Most of the buildings visible are from the 19th and 20th century when Sofia became the capital of the newly recognized state.
Our guide walks ...
... but I can't imagine Bulgaria fared too well under the Soviets, based purely on it's distance from Soviet Russia. It still feels much poorer than Hungary or the Czech Republic, but perhaps there are more far left sentiments than in either of the other countries. I would need to look into this to see if there is any truth in my observations - spotting a few spray pained anarchist symbols or clenched fists of resistance on walls probably isn't enough to lay ...
The concierge says the hotel has a city tour that would take you around the city by foot. You will visit historical places around the area. Must have been nice but the timing was not so nice for me.
The next day after the breakfast,me and the other Filipina crewi flew with just went to the mall nearby and i got few good stuff from there. :)
... Although it was a small museum and not a very long visit was required, it was interesting just to experience the tunnel itself. After getting back from the tunnel we walked through Old Town (yes we know, another Old Town) and rested up for our last night in Sarajevo. Our new travel best friend, Sam, was heading for Rome the next day and we were leaving for Belgrade. After TWO WEEKS of travelling with him it was time to say our sad goodbyes. What better way to do that ...
... BGN 1 and BGN 5). The second museum we entered was the Ethnographical museum. Besides climbing up the defending tower this is the only way how you can see the monastery from the upper floors. We were accompanied by a very nice lady who unfortunately didn´t speak English at all. She spoke some German but it seemed to be impossible to explain to her (using hands and legs) what we wanted to know (we just asked her how many monks used to live in the monastery). After a while ...