How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... on a day long tour of Veliko Tarnovo City, the former capital of Bulgaria and Arbanassi. We boarded our bus complete with our audio boxes and water for our nine hour trek into Bulgaria. Our tour guide was very helpful in providing insight of the transitions that Bulgaria faced over the centuries. She pointed out the communist construction and it's drab appearance, and the fact that during ...
... you! In Europe we kiss on both cheeks to greet each other.” But she needn’t have worried. I already knew.
The next day was a whirl of museums. I started my day with a tour of The People’s Palace, built under the Communist regime but which now houses the Romanian Parliament. I was surprised to learn that it was the second-largest office building in the world, after the United States’ Pentagon. It was full of marble of all different ...
I found a $20 CAD bill in my backpack and decided to get some Romanian currency. The initial plan was to catch the free tour at 10:30AM. We underestimated how long it was going to take us to walk to the meeting spot and missed it. Instead, we went to McDonalds to get a snack while re-strategizing the day's activities.
... out!! He kept knocking on the door until I came out - be was a huge burly guy and very abrupt! We were so looking forward to the border crossing between Bulgaria and Turkey in the early hours of the morning! They also added a number of carriages at the Ruse stop which took about another hour in the heat. Adding to the heat in the cabin, is the smell of cigarettes. There is about 15 people in this first class cabin, and we are the only two that don't smoke, ...
... to talk over them. I refuse to act annoyed though..they would love that even more. Luckily, only a few of them are arrogant so it's not so bad. After hearing stories from the other Fulbrighters..I consider myself very lucky. Overall, the students and especially the teachers are SO wonderful. They're so welcoming and friendly. I already feel like I'm at home at the school. I even went to get coffee with some of my 9th graders last week and I got to go to a ...