Hotel Vega Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... the candelbras was lit, so most of the ceiling was left in gloom; the effect of the lighting was very atmospheric. In front of an icon near to the front, I saw a relic. I think it was a small piece of bone. Then I paid six leva to go down into the crypt next door and look round the wonderful collection of historic, colourful icons.
It was late afternoon by now, so once I had finished gazing at icons, I walked back to the hostel. I missed the ...
... Wifi sorted. Won't have to change rooms tomorrow which is a bonus. Got a double bed so looks like flying solo on the trip.
Had a shower and sent some emails. Going into my checked luggage, the shampoo had split open, causing a fair mess amongst the toiletries but fortunately missing the clothes.
Bit of orientation and then went out for a walk. Did not bring the camera as just for exercise. Today is a camera fee day.
... line at the Bulgarian border. This type of logistical nightmare is typical and makes the border patrol between the U.S. and Mexico seem like an EZ pass lane. To save on gas, those crossing into Bulgaria turn off their vehicles. When the line advances, they get out and push their cars forward. Families fall fast asleep only to be abruptly awakened by loud horn honking when it was time to move ahead 6 inches. We had heard the traffic was particularly congested due to ...
... t reach more than one hundred individuals. In July 2013 almost 20,000 participated in one of the protests. During our tour we met some of the antiprotesting people and they were really just a few.
When we passed through the Presidential Palace we could see the St. Georgy Church that is actually surrounded by the administrative buildings. It used to be a water storage and later it was converted to an Orthodox church.
Then we passed by the National Theater and ...
... We went back to the grand bizarre for some gifts for people, walked around the gorgeous city, and ate mezzes for both lunch and dinner because we were going to really miss them (and I had become obsessed). But then there was the overnight trip across the border with a bus ride full of middle-school-aged kids on a field trip and a couple with a baby sitting behind us, kicking the seat, watching cartoons in turkish with volume turned up during almost ...