Villa Park Hotel
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... not allowed, Mike.
There was a service going on so had a look down the right side and from the back. The interior is bricked-over plaster, an odd effect.
Seeing what appeared to be an eternal flame around the side of the building, I realized I did not have my spare battery. Taking my first picture of Alexander Nevski Cathedral, sure enough, a dead battery. Walked back to the hotel to get the charged one and out again after 0930.
A hangover from ...
... at 6pm and finished at 9pm! Haha so we definitely saw all there was to see in sofia in three hours. We then went out for dinner at a restaurant called Olives which was great and reasonably priced. The next day we just hung out at the hostel resting and having a day to chill out. On recommendation, we paid 14 lev each way to visit plovdiv's old town. It was beautiful and quiet but nothing compared to things we have already seen in our travels. ...
... to the hotel when the group was leaving and I changed and caught up with them. It was a lovely Bulgarian favorites restaurant with musicians as well and they played songs for each of our countries, except I don't think I heard Waltzing Matilda. The people that I had a chance to talk to all seemed very nice....and of course, well-traveled.
This morning I managed to get up for my 7 am alarm and get ready before breakfast was delivered. I ...
... point. There were family portraits of some dashing and daring young men in the Kableshkov house, but all the material was only written in Bulgarian and even though I can make out some words here and there, I couldn't put much together, especially in my haste.
I calculated that it took me a bit more than 5 minutes to reach the museum entrance, I needed another 5 to get back, with a 5 to spare, that left me around 40 minutes. ...
... and patience. Took the free tour in the afternoon all over the city, a bit long at 2.5hrs, but we got to see all the main sites, and hear about what is happening in the city and where it has come from (subsequently i am not an expert in new byzantine architecture)
The city is built on roman ruins, with the new subway uncovering several new ones, which they will incorporate into a museum like design in the new main ...