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- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... good enough and some never got back on skis at all. Even if you decide not to ski, there is plenty more you can do. So when the guys decided to take a break from skiing we took a lift (18 lev return)to get up the hill. It was my dream come true to sit on a lift and go up the mountain. The view was so beautiful! There was a little cafe on top of the mountain where we had some drinks and enjoyed fresh air and the view. Later in the evening we stopped at ...
... a mishmash, a lawyers' dream.
Went into a little shop to get a small bottle of water [.6], waking up the sleeping clerk. Not much else is open this Sunday morning.
At Pakobcki and Mockobcka, there was a little park. Street sweepers are about the only action so far.
Went into the Basilica of Hagia Sophia. On the sign, you could scan the app for more info. I should reach that technological level by the start of the next decade. Glad I opted for long pants ...
... to get our own cabin which we pulled out the seats to make ourselves a reasonably flat bed. We arrived at our hostel and dropped our bags off. We stayed at nightingale hostel which had a wonderful location in the centre of the city right near a big super market, however we did not have one hot or even warm shower the entire time. 3 days of ice cold showers! So fun! The first day we arrived we hopped onto a free walking tour of the city ...
... of the exteriors was more impressive than the interiors but they were interesting for the artifacts collected in the various rooms: cooking utensils, baby furniture, rugs and embroidery. There were a lot of rooms that had banquettes along the walls, covered in red cloth and a few pillows I think. These were sitting rooms, dining rooms and I think bedrooms as well. There was a communication gap here. Maybe I can find out more on the web ...
... hanging out in the streets and parks, we even found a place were they sold spelt/dinkel bread! For us a reason to buy enough for the next two days :-)
But I started by saying that Sophia is undefined to me. With that I mean, that I cannot really find a word to describe it. Is it beautiful? A bit, yes, but not only. Is it lively? Yes, but it didn't seem spectacular to me. Is it a must-see? Probably. Or is it?