Villa Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... children, like Pavel who was discovered in the street wrapped in an old jacket or Valya, left at a nearby hospital. These abandoned babies are put up for adoption- something that is still relatively rare in Bulgaria. The second part of their work is to work with poor young mums to ensure that children are not abandoned in the first place. They do this through parent classes and individual support for ...
... the officials are investing more in the infrastructure and Sofia will be a much more attractive place in a decade or so.
Today, we went to the Women's Market (named for all the women who commute daily from neighbouring villages to sell their wares while the men drink vodka and scratch their bellies) and it was very interesting. It's an outdoor market that sells everything from fresh produce to dishes and utensils, ...
... day. But I will soon.
Am pretty excited about this trip - caught a bus from the airport and this city really feels like eastern europe you know - the cyrillic alphabet everywhere, snow falling, different looking roads and buildings. Eee!! I've made it! :)
Eastern Europe, here I come!
... nice little serendipity incident just as we arrived in town in the morning…we began to notice multitudes of police, and one of the main arterial streets was all blocked off with cops on every corner. We warily rode on along this road, enjoying the lack of traffic, but expecting the cops to stop us any time. I was aware that this was about the date of their independence ceremonies, so we were expecting a parade, but there weren't ...
... timing. We hop on the bus that looks brand new and its quite nice. We say goodbye to Sofia, a pleasant city.
Some of the Bulgarian countryside is so pretty and lush with lots of pine trees and then a lot of it is just flat and pretty boring. We couldn’t believe the millions paddocks filled with once bright sunflowers but now they are sad and droopy and dying off. Not only was there paddocks of sunflowers but also heaps of cabbages, fruit trees and corn fields.