Sofia Plaza Hotel
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... the Battle of Stara Zagora and the Battle of Shipka Pass), a sculpture of a lion (a national symbol of Bulgaria) by the noted sculptor Andrey Nikolov,
... are the oldest and more preserved in the country. Again no photos were allowed. That night Elena and I cooked a simple of dinner of rice, vegetables and a Bulgarian salad. Yes, I can cook!!!
One of the newer sites in Sofia that I wanted to visit was the Museum of Socialist Art, which displays posters and statues from the Communist Era of Bulgaria. Elena told me that she did not remember the Communist days and seemed ...
We were warned not to come to Sofia back when we were in Plovdid. Our guesthouse manager Hstro has asked us where we were headed next – when we told him that we're going to Sofia, he gave a disappointed sigh.
“If you must go there, I strongly suggest only staying one night.”
“Oh...we're staying for two nights,” we replied.
He looked down and shook his head. I felt bad, and decided to soften the blow.
... so we headed out to grab some food at a local restaurant instead. We’d arranged tickets into Nis in Serbia for tomorrow morning, and so we had a look around town seeing some of the sights.
Morning came and we got to the station bright and early. It was here when our first mess-up of our trip started. I took the tickets out of the book that had been given to us and read that they said Skopje. Skopje is in Macedonia. From here things went downhill. We went to the ...
... hotel? Sorry? Sheraton Balkans. Yes. I know. Reservation? Yes. Thank you. You stay here? Yes. Sofia for five days. Then Varna. Have you been to Varna? Thank you. The wide drive in front of the hotel is jammed with cars. We squeeze around a gleaming black sedan displaying the Norwegian flag and there are men in suits with wires running from collar to ear everywhere. In the lobby beneath a grand chandelier, everyone is dressed to the nines. A ...