Hotel Royal Victoria
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... town close to the end of their tour when they found out about the events of the day. Naturally, some people wanted to go home right away, but they couldn't, of course. Soon, a group of three Bulgarian policemen showed up (two uniforms and one plain-clothes) and said that whether it was wanted or not, they would be accompanying the group for the remainder of the tour in the hope that everyone would feel safe. When they returned to Sofia, nearly everyone had to get help to ...
... been recently restored.
Boyona Church is church filled with medieval frescoes, this church is so small that groups of up to ten people can stay inside for a maximum of ten minutes before the next group is allowed. Mind you it has been extended three times in its day. We saw the grounds where the President lives in the Boyona region. Like America, the President can only serve two terms each term is five years.
First day in Sofia, Bulgaria. I visited The Snail House. Did a double take outside a church with the most amazingly preserved frescos from the 11th century to see a Sequoia tree. Ended the day with a free food tour: edgy, hipster soup place, trendy vegan place that grows its own grains for bread, and a traditional Bulgaria place with two types of cheese- white and ...
I arrived in Bulgaria on September 1st for a nice relaxing time before heading to the volunteer program in Israel. The Sofia Airport, for a nation’s largest airport is very small and I remember thinking Wow, Iceland’s national airport is much bigger than Sofia’s. Elena picked me up at the airport and took me to her apartment, which was located in an area very close to a lot of the sites I wanted to see. ...
Took a bus from Thessaloniki to Sofia for 25 Euros. It was a comfortable ride and we even got served refreshments and snacks. It began my entry into Bulgaria. It uses the Cyrillic alphabet, similar to Russia, but not used by any other countries in the Balkans. Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria with a population of 1.3 million. It ...