Park Hotel Moskva
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... checks and duty free. I watched her go out of sight and then took a taxi back into town.
After leaving Mum at the airport, I took a taxi back into town and walked to Nightingale Hostel, where I was to spend the following two nights. Whilst checking in and paying, I met a chap from Ipswich who had just come from Budapest. He told me that people arrive in Budapest intending to spend only a couple of days there, but end up staying for weeks or ...
... on Vilnius time so the flight is an hour shorter, at day's end in the same time zone. Opted to cull some material from the Eyewitness Travel for possible book use to while away the rest of the pre-boarding time.
We left some 30M late, paperwork and heavy air traffic over southern Poland the causes. Fighting to not nod off but that's what some 4H of sleep leads to. Another chocolate bar and water on yet another Embraer 170 plane. Once the ...
... that day. At least we ate much healthier.
Even though we originally wanted to stay in Sofia only 2 nights, we decided to extend our stay a little bit because we were really interested in visiting the Rila Monastery that is situated approx. 1,5 hours from Sofia and it´s said to be one of the most beautiful attractions in Bulgaria. Plus, our hostel was organizing a shuttle for EUR 20. At first we found it quite expensive but then we tried to look for other options ...
... are not written in English. The bus trip is a good way to learn as most streets and town names are in both Cyrillic and Latin scripts.
The bus trip to Sofia was uneventful and we arrived at the central bus station at around 9pm. We risked not booking a hotel so while mum sat in the very hot bus station, Shareen and dad went out in to the freeze to look for a hotel. After looking at a few we haggled a bargain for a beautiful ...
... we had to switch trains in Beglrade, Serbia and then onto Budapest. Or we could wait until 10:00 the next morning and take the 12 hour bus ride to Budapest. We opted out for the overnight train - either way we had to pay for accommodations so we might as well make some miles while we're at it. We changed our money so I could purchase food and drink for the journey, took some photo's of the tired ...