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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gleaming dome of the Alexander Nevski cathedral but didn't stop because we'll be going there as a group. I did quickly stop in at the Russian Church, which is very small and was extremely crowded. A priest was doing some sort of service (looked like maybe a quickie blessing or similar), and I felt a little out of place without a head covering so I didn't stay but for a minute or two. Quite pretty on the outside.
It was very hot today. It was already 70 when I woke up at ...
... also used in 12 other countries like Russia and Serbia. Since the letters are not the same as ours, it's impossible to even try and pronounce a word. I got a taxi from the office to the hotel and the driver spoke no English and we just stared at each other!!!! He called his dispatcher and I got on the phone and told him where I needed to go. I think I would do just fine on Amazing Race!!
On Sunday I took another walking tour focused on the ...
... and prepared to enter dreamland. Just as I began to nod off,....there was a loud knock at the door,....and Passport Security was there, demanding our passports. We fumbled sleepily around until we retrieved them from our leg and waist security belts and handed them over. They looked at them,....shined a flashlight in our faces,...then handed them back. The young man sharing the berth with us didn't fare quite as well,....as ...
... the Battle of Stara Zagora and the Battle of Shipka Pass), a sculpture of a lion (a national symbol of Bulgaria) by the noted sculptor Andrey Nikolov,
... synagogue, mosque, Catholic Church and Orthodox Church within two blocks of each other. The guide explained that Sofia once had many more religious minorities, but many left before the Communist government took power. Again, on the tour I encountered protesters. The
former Bulgarian monarchy was overthrown near the end of World War II, and the last prince who ruled Bulgaria was named Simeon. Simeon was actually elected ...