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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a spavious courtyard and pleasantly decorated building. After Turkish non-service the staff were almost too friendly. The first impressions were suddenly beginning to thaw. From here we embarked on a short whistle stop tour if old town Sofia which, whilst not a world top ten capital city, did enough to convince us that first impressions should always be capable of reevaluation and the smart and attractive buildings turned this ugly duckling into an OK looking ...
... places to go that are just a train ride away.
These kids got off earlier to transfer to go to Istanbul. Our full train ride to Sofia was just under 10 hours. The scenery was great. We passed by farms, herders with their flock on a field, mountains, and ravines.
We arrived at around 22:30 and walked to our apartment. The walk was pretty sketchy. Especially since the street lights suddenly went out on one of the streets ...
... around and pulled us up to dance with them. Most of us ended up standing on our chairs dancing. There were a couple of conga lines going a few times through the night. I had a great time. After all the dancing, we headed back to the hotel. The hotel we are staying at has a casino in the lobby and a piano bar upstairs. I was exhausted and went straight to bed, though others seemed to enjoy rest of thine night in true Bulgarian ...
... She found out at the last minute that she could join us, and I couldn't have been more thrilled, since I had anticipated hosting the session alone. The session itself went great. We had twice as many people in attendance as the previous year, including one guy from the US who was on vacation in Bulgaria and decided to sign up for the session. Now there is commitment.
While there were demonstrations and protests going on in Sofia at the time of ...
... churches I had ever seen. Likewise (and surprisingly), the Sofia Synagogue had to be one of the more beautiful synagogues I had ever seen. There were many other Eastern Orthodox churches, all of which began to blend into one another's similarities.
I impressed myself when I was so astounded by the beauty of the synagogue (Moorish revival & Venetian), I was curious to learn more. Finding the building (community) manager, he did not speak English and ...