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... to explore properly. Kate then went inside the Archaeological Museum, particularly keen to see the room of Thracian gold Mum, Emma and I had all recommended to her. Unfortunately for her, that exhibition had been taken down, but she enjoyed the other exhibitions.
While she was inside, I walked to the central bus station to buy mine and Dave's tickets to Veliko Tarnovo tomorrow. It's a public holiday weekend, so I didn't want to ...
... a sign that read "Kris Loven" I was soooo happy to see her, I reached over the divider to hug her!! I have a good feeling about this adventure. The Alexander Business Apartment that Deb found online is adorable! It has a kitchenette, a small bedroom that Deb so generously offered me ( also because the door closes and provides additional security for this sleepwalker ;) The balcony overlooks ...
... to love the city. I loved the part of the tour where we visited the former Square of
Power, which contained the former Party Headquarters and other buildings built during the Communist Era of Bulgaria. This square during the Communist years of Bulgaria was the center of power. The Red Star that once topped the building is now at the Socialist Art Museum. Right near the Square of Power, is the square of Tolerance, where there is ...
... this time around, so there was something oddly comforting and familiar about the airport. I did have to wait awhile for my bag, but then the driver from the Sheraton was there waiting for me on the other side.
The ride into town from the airport is no more than thirty minutes. Since I had caught that 7 AM flight it was still pretty early but luckily there was a room available. The Sheraton Hotel in Sofia is beautiful. The hallways are ...
... to the Rila lakes (the teleferic was mysteriously out of order), the trek in the forest, up to a small, wooden retreat serving bad coffee and even worse soup, was a fun alternative! Sofia was also lovely, a perfect sunny Sunday afternoon, although I did get the impression that it might be lacking interest should one have more than a day to spend there. But then again, the more you dig, the more you find, so I could be absolutely wrong ...