Radisson Blu Grand Hotel, Sofia
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- TV Channel One Russia
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Breakfast and depart Belgrade for Sofia in Bulgaria, so many countries I am starting to lose track. Once again heading south we stop at a city called Nis in Serbia, this is where Constantine the Great was born and recently they celebrated his 1700th anniversary by installing a monument in his memory.
Walked through the CBD and the town …
... open. If you enjoy Dali and Picasso, you would enjoy the items they had on display at this art museum. If not, you probably would think that the art they displayed was a bit odd. Plus, the museum was very inexpensive. It was totally worth the price for people who like that kind of art.
Right across the street from the palace are what used to be the palace gardens, but is now a friendly park. How friendly? The benches aren't bolted down. People were picking them ...
... open in its proud finery, frozen in time seemingly at the moment the trains stopped to operate. The well dressed staff outnumbered guests by five to zero and I decided against a beer. Of all the bars in all the world, no one came into ours... My day had featured two impeccable customer service experiences, not entirely untypical of Istanbul. Firstly. I had failed to get the representative at the tourist information office to even look up from ...
... most of it while we were here! We had a short bus tour around the city (which consisted of sitting in rush hour traffic, people watching everyone giving our bus the one over) so we decided to get off and took a leisurely half hour walk to explore Sofia and have dinner.
En route, we came across a giant concert taking place in one of the city's squares. There were so many young people out and about just ...
... and is quite dirty. The tour only lasted for 2 hours and we were back at the hotel by 10.20am. Then back on the bus and out for lunch and to see a monastery, which was an optional tour. It is a shame that we were not told how far it was to get there – 2 hours back on the road we travelled on yesterday – as nobody would have gone. However we stopped at a restaurant ...