Hotel Vega Sofia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had to change trains unexpectedly as we crossed the boarder into Serbia. The Hungarian train stopped and we had to walk along the tracks for 50 meters to clamber onto a Serbian train. I feel there are many hard-feelings between these countries that I don't know about being an ignorant Australian. Or perhaps they are just not willing to, or don't have enough trains to share across boarders. Also being an ignorant Australian, I was a little nervous ...
... the witch doctor of the village! And the coolest part is, the woman is receptive to listening, but won’t completely surrender because she doesn’t want to lose her source of income, but please pray that she will very soon!) After coffee, cookies, and lots of hugs…we bumped and jostled back down the mountain. We only had thirty minutes until our next interview so we swung into McDonalds and got food. (Best McDonalds ever!) ...
... in Bulgaria are increasingly tightening policy around photography and film but we have done our best to bring you some clips which we hope show that your Christmas boxes have made a big impact here.
Thank you once again for all your support this year. Here is our final video of the trip.
From the Trussell Trust and FSCI team: We ...
... 15-minute-uphill-walk from the main street. There was a tiny cold cave where the founder of the Rila Monastery, Ivan of Rila, lived for twelve years. It happened more than 1,000 years ago because Ivan of Rila was born in 876. The chapel was constructed much later (roughly 200 years ago) and nowadays Ivan´s tomb can be found inside. It is a very special spiritual place. There were many pictures of saint people surrounded by candles. We even managed to pass through the cave ...
With my late arrival and running errands with my parents for a couple of days, it wasn't until today that I got to finally venture out more and start visiting with all my friends.
My first visit with my friend Slavy, whom I've known since 1998. Since I last saw her, she got married and had twins. I went to her house in the early afternoon and although we thought we had a couple of hours to ...