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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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... for everyone,.....ducked in and out of little shops, then finally settled at a cute little outdoors cafe, and had a wonderful lunch,....all while watching the people,....more wedding parties, and in general,.....'life in Sofia'. It was wonderful!
We walked a long way, and eventually walk into a beautiful park. It was filled with elderly couples sitting on pard benches,....kids on skateboards, and people walking their dogs. ...
... impressed by the entire place, Bangkok's Night Bazaar was much more interesting. However, if you're in the mood for amazingly bad fake Louis Vitton, Burberry, or Prada, you've found the place...and don't forget to get your Chanel #5 on the way out from the guys dealing out of plastic bag on the sidewalk. We may go back tomorrow to have some more apple tea in a carpet dealer's shop...bunch of damn tourists.
On the walk back to the hotel we bought a "half ...
... journee d'organisation, finir les valises, nettoyer l'appartement, se remettre de LA petite biere de la veille, dernier moments avec un grand ami a Dusseldorf, etc. Bref, journee a courrir, journee d'emotion, journee de fou. Ca nous mene a Vendredi matin. Lever, 7:15. Saute dans la ...
Monday evening I met Mila (see previous blog entry) and the two of us met up with another American, Ryan, a former Peace Corps Volunteer from Macedonia who now works at the American Embassy here. I noticed that he was wearing a cotton jacket with a Milwaukee Brewers logo on it, and when I asked him about it, he said that he was from Milwaukee! I couldn't believe it! Again, it proves that "the world is ...
... a part of Serdica above ground while aimlessly exploring today. My map outlines all the major sites and #26 was tucked away inside the courtyard of the Sheraton. Not knowing what I was going to find, I walked through the archway and found a small red brick church and some ruins. I investigated a little further and found out this St. Georgy Church dates back to the 4th Century AD and was built by the Romans. The ancient ruins of Serdica lie right ...