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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Light Sofia
This hotel is conveniently located just blocks away from downtown Sofia. The rooms are small and simple but it is perfectly sufficient and also clean. Breakfast is included and is very good! Great price.
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... the history of the city starting with the original founding by the Thracians six thousand years ago, to invasions by the Romans, Ottomans, Byzantines, adoption of communism and the slow road to democracy. The Thracians arrived from Northern Greece bringing wine production and farming, worshiping the Greek pagan God's with Dionysus as their patron deity.
Our first stop is the Sveta Nedelya Cathedral. Originally a wooden church, after burning down twice it was rebuilt ...
... to the beach for a bit. It was quite a cool setup with these structures along it that used to house cafes (some still do) along the length of the beach and give shelter from the wind. We were about to hop into the water, when the head life guard blew his whistle, and the whole beach put up red flags. I can only assume that they thought it was too dangerous to swim and proceeded to kick everyone out of the water. It was crazy. There were barely any waves, maybe 1 ft max, but ...
... through an awful Cher Lloyd phase so Im afraid to say that there was lots of Swagger Jaggering going on. It was our anthem for the first month (secret shame).
Off we headed to the club, which was full of the *****iest bunch of diva glitter queens I've ever met. I don't know where the hell they were getting all of their attitude from as they were atrocious looking monstrosities in Sofia, not exactly a budding world capital. I had a guy just come up ...
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Since the last blog, we spent quite a few days in Demascus (Sham), which is a GREAT city. It had everything we wanted from a last middle eastern stop; beautiful mosques, a bustling souq, many many chay houses, and some pretty nice bars in the Christian part of town. We couch surfed with a nice guy who's into cycle touring, and lives in a traditional house in the middle of one of the ...
... no plans and the opportunity to go wherever I want (seriously??), I stuck with my original plan and enjoyed my nice Turkish bus ride into Plovdiv, especially the huge fields of sunflowers out the window. I arrived relatively unprepared, but knew I wanted to see Plovdiv. It is really almost two distinct places, the medieval old town and the rest of the city, alive and enthusiastically living in 2010! After checking into the wonderful Hotel ...