Villa Park Hotel
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Today the team visited the house of “Hope for the Little Ones” in south west Sofia. Here up to six abandoned babies are cared for by staff and volunteers dedicated to finding a way to keep these children out of the state care system. Dani, the manager, showed us around and introduced to the volunteers and babies and explained to us that the project has two parts. The first is to take care ...
... having a field day, enjoying all the non-fattening eye candy.
Yesterday, we did a walking tour of the city as suggested by the guide books and saw some beautiful churches with golden domes and some peaceful green parks where we rested up with a good cup of java. As in most large cities, there is a lot of graffiti but overall, it's clean and well kept. With an increasing number of foreign firms establishing their ...
... named “Pizza and Barbecue”. The restaurant has a large terrace with a beautiful garden, and in the summer there is full of people. The food is so tasty and various that can satisfy every caprice. The staff is friendly, polite and most important: knows foreign languages.
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... br> So, dodging a few trams and traffic circles, resorting to sidewalks some of the time, bouncing up and down innumerable curbs, we had a great day in Sofia.
First impressions were a little bit dirty, certainly rundown infrastructure, potholes and crumbling sidewalks, but also some huge green spaces and parks, some fascinating religious buildings, intriguing political buidings, and some nice cafes and markets.
We did ...
... about 6-7 hr trip. Troy ducks downstairs to get some food and we hop into our taxi. We arrive at the bus station and it ended up costing only a few dollars which works out to be able three times cheaper than the fare we paid when we arrived, oh well.
We walk into the station and 8.45am and find that hardly anything is translated in English, its all cyrillic which we don’t understand. Troy buys two tickets and we are on the 9.00am bus, ...