Hotel Vega Sofia
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... referred to the town as Sardica which was also widely used by the Byzantines but it has also been found referenced as Triadista in medieval Greek texts. And lest we forget the Bulgarians themselves who fondly referred to the city as Sredets from about the 11th century, meaning middle due to the geographic position of the city in the Balkans. As the city of a thousand names it finally took it's current moniker from the Church of St Sofia. The church was built ...
... could leave such a powerful legacy. She not only dedicated her life to God,....but to his service. Rest in Peace sweet lady.
After spending the better part of the afternoon milling around, we caught yet another cab back to our hotel to retrieve our luggage, and head out to the bus station.
We arrived at the station,....grabbed some water, and snacks, and walked out to our platform. ****! It was a tiny little 'mini-bus'. This was not good news as ...
... away from the fence! Lucky though it didn't take to much for Sim to pull him up and stop him from going to far. Veronica told the dad what happened cause it obviously made alot of noise and he said to try and come through where Sim had gone instead. My horse having seen what had happened with Sim's horse decided something wasn't right and wasn't going to listen to me when I tried to get him to go into the bush away from the fence. He started walking backwards and of ...
... with a grueling 10 hour overnight sleeper train to Bulgaria. It was our first Eastern Europe overnight train and from the stories we heard, it was not about to be a pleasant one. We sucked it up as backpackers on a budget do, stocked up on snacks and prepared for the worst!
At this point, we have been in the cold for weeks and are craving some vitamin D. We can only hope that by heading towards Bulgaria and beyond will satisfy our cravings for sunshine and maybe some warmth! ...
We had a long journey to get to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Leaving Split, we caught an eight hour bus to Zagreb where we had to spend the night cause connecting trains were not possible for us. The next day, we boarded the 1pm train to Belgrade in Serbia where we had a one hour stop over. We left Belgrade at 10pm and arrived in Sofia the next morning at around 8.30 am. It was a reasonably comfortable ride as the train was hardly busy and we ...