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... floor. It was a bit odd however, as each floor we climbed was more derelict then the last all the way to the top where we found an abandoned restaurant which reeked of ostentatiousness.
That evening we met Tony and Alan for some food and a couple of quiet pints. The next day we were to catch a bus to Plovdiv, but then Tony suggested us that he could drive there, and we could all have a day out. We met this suggestion with open arms, as all this bus travel was beginning to really ...
... the adults were trying to sleep. THEN to top it all off, all 4 kids crashed out in the last 30 mins of the flight and didn't wake up until the tires hit the ground...go figure. The only good thing about the flight was it was fairly empty and Heather and I got to split 3 seats. Germany is amazingly easy to enter, immigration didn't say anything to us, ask us what we were doing, or where we were going...we just strolled on through and walked ...
... saying. I was beginning to regret leaving Belgrade where the people seemed much friendlier.
After much wandering I found the hostel and was relieved to discover that it seemed really pleasant. It had a big ground floor chilling area where people sat around chatting and the whole place seemed to have a nice vibe. I had to wait until 1pm to check in so went out to try and find the yoga centre I'd earlier found on Google. I found it without ...
... but nothing is done. Exciting! Obviously he must of had heaps stashed in the ceiling of the train in several spots. Well that was entertaining we thought!
We were told to meet our taxi driver at McDonalds at the train station. We finally got through the borders and then arrived in Sofia about 7pm, so about 3 hrs later than we thought. We say our sincere thank you to the Bulgarian couple who showed us the way to McDonald’s and waited with us to ...
... gave them.
We also met a guy called Shams, a 28 year old Kurd who left Syria, despite a university education, because he, like so many Kurds, has no official papers and cannot get a job there. Many of these guys are considered as potential terrorists by Bulgarian authorities and many have been kept indefinitely in Busmansi simply because nobody is sure what to do with them. Those that do get legal representation have to wait months for even the slightest ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center