Hotel Vega Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Changing of the Guard outside the President's Building! It was a small ceremony, but involved colourful uniforms and lots of goose-stepping.
Seeing as I was so close by, I diverted and went inside the Rotonda Church of St George, the little circular church with Roman remains that I mentioned in a previous email. Mum and I had visited, but didn't have time to go inside it properly. It had some murals on the walls and some of the brickwork showed; the bricks were ...
... and we all got on. After 5 minutes of driving we got to the Bulgarian border. It took 4 hours to go through all the security checks and get past the border. It was a very frustrating and tiring 4 hours with a lot of p*************s. As the sun began to rise we drove through Bulgaria to train stations that appeared to be in the middle of no where. The roads were in poor condition and seemed to be frequently used by horse and carts. ...
... went through 5 important periods in total (Thracians, Byzantine, Roman, Ottoman and Communist). In Sofia we could find various evidences proving the existence of all above mentioned periods, except of the Thracians period. In order to be able to see something from this period we would have to visit the Archeological museum that can be found in front of the Presidential Palace.
Before we reached the Presidential Palace we stopped for a while in front of ...
... is in full swing in the ballroom - something to do with South Africa I later learn from Mariela, who makes me a Negroni on the rocks in the bar ('First time I make this Negroni. Is not popular drink.') -- and why would anyone with a grain of intelligence be ordering a Negroni in Bulgaria? Mariela tells me tomorrow will be busier. 'Israel day.' I ask her to teach me how to say the pleasantries: Please? MOHL-eeyah Thank you? Blah-go-DAH-ria. Rs ...
... 8217;s degree in cognitive science. He’s researching the neuroscience behind the brain’s perception of time across different situations. Currently he’s traveling, researching, hosting Couchsurfers, and getting ready to apply to PhD programs in the U.S. I even ran into Matt, the Dutch guy with whom I toured the Tirnovo fortress in VT.
The next morning, Rada and I shared coffee, biscuits, and some nice conversation before heading out for a walking tour of ...