Park Hotel Moskva
Travel Blogs from Sofia
We were all up early in the morning to catch our flight to Sofia. (Read as: 3 AM, 4 AM and 5 AM!) For Jurgen it was his first time on an airplane and he survived it without a scratch. Neither of us had to suffer through any additional security checks.
Upon arriving we immediately experienced the Bulgarian attitude towards time and enjoyed a relaxed first with Georgi. Together we decided to visit Sofia before driving to the house. Georgi was the ...
... s night train to Sofia! (we've also had many warnings about this!) that was sorted in no time and then we started out sightseeing tour! This began at the local flea markets, lots of fresh fruit and veg etc. that was awesome- after mulling around here for a while we stopped for a snack. ALREADY? We were hungry alright. I had the quiche, Charly a sweet cake thing. (BORING FOOD FACT) Next we grabbed an ice cream and walked around the synagogue, mosque and a few of Sofia's ...
... together of an Italian girl, a Canadian, a Argentinan and Belgium dude. It was a good night. We bought 2 x 2 liter beers in a plastic bottle and hid it in the bush in the garden bar for cheap refills. Hey we are travelling on a budget at the end of the day. Whilst refilling at one stage Pete and the Canadian dude were accosted by a pretty old woman that promised good saxophone for ...
... of lukewarm. I made another faux pas and took the tray downstairs as I was leaving. They prefer to leave them in the room for the chambermaid to take upstairs to their kitchen. Oh, well.
I got directions from the desk clerk on how to get to the bus station - go down Maria Luisa, over the bridge with 4 lions, keep straight and it is on the right. I only started at 9:30 and when I had finally gotten a ticket - it seemed so much ...
We awoke and trundled our way to the bus station. Today we were catching the bus to Sofia, Bulgaria's capital. After having travelled for the past 2 weeks through smaller cities, Sofia was our first city with more than 1 million people since Belgrade.
The bus route was really beautiful and the majority of the journey was winding through beautiful mountains. Getting into Bulgaria was a breeze as always. The European passport really has been so fantastic ...
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