Maxim Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Now 10 May and we reluctantly left our hotel in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. A quick taxi ride to the bus station and a four and one-half hour ride to the capitol, Sofia. We had a two night reservation in a downtown hotel. Not quite as upscale as the hotel we just vacated, but we chose the central location over opulence. (So did our Visa card.)
... the amount of to view, and also why to leave. There are so lots of alternatives, each out-doing the previous in some respect, and also each distinctly appealing. However, thoughting of as the investment called for, one cannot manage blunders. At such a time, the services of a qualified, experienced and also specialist property agency could verify to be indispensible. A well-established firm could not simply offer you a vast option of deluxe vacation homes, but ...
... and another bag with a heavy laptop and camera in it is not how I wanted to start this trip.
Thankfully we made it on time and had a few minutes delay so I was able to get some water. After that, the flight was uneventful and calm. (I think I actually slept most of the way!) We landed in Bulgaria about an hour and a half later and met Stoyko. This dude is totally awesome and has like…10 different jobs! He’s a ...
... walk of each other. The 5th "unofficial" church is a McDonald’s, which is most likely the real reason everyone gets along; no one regardless of religious affiliation, wants to see the McDonald’s destroyed as they love their MakMehlo menus.
Martin also put on a spur-of-the moment play, casting a few of us from the tour. I was able to get out of participating, but with the story's need of a handsome tsar, Adam couldn't avoid being cast. A bit cheesy, ...
... no frills station after a restless sleep on the train, not because I couldn’t sleep, but because I was never given the chance to relax. Here’s why: board train at 11:10pm, find two seats that I could sprawl out on. Wait for ticket inspector, show ticket. Fine. Use dodgy toilets, giggle. Sprawl out on seats, sleep. Police wake me up at 1:15am to check passport. I see them walk off the train with mine. 10 minutes later, they are ...