Hotel Vega Sofia
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... and taking photos. Walked past their coffee stand which had a nice pile of buns, should have helped myself.
... The sounds that the train made, reminded me of those that were emitted by the Trabant in Nowa Huta. I attempted to sleep on the train, but I kept waking up, because of the bumping sounds the train made. I think that train should be added to the scrapheap of the Museum of Socialist Art. J. After arriving in the port sea of Varna, which is on the Black Sea, I decided a few hours of sleep were needed more than exploring. I spent the ...
... enjoying free spaghetti and beer, as soccer played on the television. This is usually a good thing, but we were too exhausted to socialise. It probably didn't help that we'd been eating mysterious Bulgarian yoghurt for the last three days and it had made us nauseous. But I was certain that Bulgarian yoghurt contained magical healing properties and we were to continue to consume it no matter how terrible we felt.
There was a Korean guy in our dorms named ...
... There may have been arbors elsewhere, but the streets were certainly lined with them with the little grape leaf buds.
We parked on the road below the monastery since the parking lot was filled - Saturday being a very popular day to visit the monastery. We entered the courtyard surrounded with tiers of arches containing rooms for the 800 monks who once lived here. Now there are only 3 monks who provide morning and evening services daily. ...
... shift shops but the rest of the building was empty. It had good views of the city though.
Rob had been in contact with Tony Maloney and so we agreed that night to go to dinner with him and his friends.
Tony Maloney was a character. He was a short, circular man with the face like a Roman emperor. He was fantastically flamboyant and exuberant sentences would be finished with a toss of the head, a knowing grin ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services