Slavyanska Hotel Beseda
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... that he'd be right up.
He arrived in minutes with another key. He said they only had one other room available, and it was on the 5th floor. Kris was just 'whipped' emotionally from the cab ride, so I told her that I would go upstairs with him and check out the new room. She said that she'd trust whatever I decided. We were both so exhausted at this point that almost 'anything' would look good.
The clerk and I entered the tiny elevator, and went to the ...
... that Plovdiv is not in Sofia but rather a few hours south of Sofia! Sim also hadn't told me that he had already looked it up and saved the real Sofia walking tour information on his iPad. Turns out we weren't far away from the start and made it there about 5 minutes late. The tour started at 6pm and finished around 8:30pm, our night bus didn't leave until midnight. The tour itself wasn't to bad they told us alot about during the war and there is a section that has ...
... fruit), and were out the door to catch a train back to Belgrade. The train was 1 hour late and we froze our butts off waiting on the platform not having any idea as to what was going on because apparently emergency announcements are only in Serbian. (Duh!) It’s funny because sometimes when we approach people (to ask directions etc.) with our giant backpacks on they seem to think we are going to harm them or we are simply pan handling. The response is ...
Our hotel, the Hilton Sofia, is a five star hotel and we are certainly lapping up the luxurious surroundings. It was good to spend two nights in one city and slow down from the hectic pace that we have been travelling at. Bulgaria was badly damaged during WW2 and the Communist regime has left the city with drab suburbs and a lack of interesting old buildings, however, it is evident that much is being done to revitalise the city. Pedestrian ...
... them to raise money for an orphanage nearby. I told some of them that I had graduated from the same high school back in 1999, and I could see their brows furrow trying to do the math and see how old I was. I did feel old, seeing those 15-16 year olds running around. It didn't seem too long ago I was one of them!
Next we went to Slaveykov square, one of the most famous squares in Sofia, which is known for its many book stalls. ...