Maxim Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was a very strong odor of mothballs. At least a natural history museum is easy when the language (and alphabet!) is a barrier and you're still a bit jet-lagged. I mean, you can at least identify that this thing sitting behind the glass is a bird, even if you don't know it's a blue-backed fairy bluebird (gorgeous, by the way), and there was enough English labeling to get the gist of specifics. Some — fortunately, very little — of the taxidermy was hilariously awful (like ...
... playing chess, women dancing a traditional dance, groups of young people drinking beer and couples eating ice cream or gelato. I just sat on an open park bench and enjoyed the activity.
Sofia is a very pretty city in the foothills of the Vitosha mountains. Since Sunday was beautiful day, I could see the snow- capped mountains from every view. I'm thinking a tour of the mountains and the countryside might be my next tour on a future trip to Bulgaria. ...
After a much needed good nights sleep, we jumped up,....got ready, and headed out to attempt to locate the FREE 2 hour walking tour of Sofia. We stopped several people along the way,....but guess what,.....NO ENGLISH, and unfortunately,....my 'Bulgarian', is just simply not 'up to snuff'.
Somehow,....(by the Grace of God),..... We saw a large group of people,...and we had 'stumbled' upon it.
The tour was INCREDIBLE, and the ...
We left our Ohrid hotel to head for a stopover in Skopje. Skopje is the capital of Macedonia and is increasingly turning into a modernised city. Not much of the old town is visible. There is widespread poverty and unemployment in Macedonia. Skopje isn't doing that much better as the capital. If you were just exploring the city on your own, you may be led to think from all the huge buildings being constructed that there is plenty of money. The locals aren't very happy about all the ...
... to be the busiest shopping street, Sofia's 5th Ave., with no compass or plan. The street is shaded by chestnut trees in bloom and lined with smart cafes, many already crowded with the coffee-sipping cognoscenti , in front of the usual shop windows filled with Dolce & Gabanna this and Juicy Couture that. Struck by a practical thought, I enter a small convenience shop on a side street and ask the guy behind the counter if he can recommend a good rakija. -For a gift? ...