- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... 19th century.
Around this center, there are the houses for the now 1 million inhabitants. Some areas have flair, some less, as it goes in big towns. But buildings from the 1960's are considered old, because a lot of the houses that were built around the center around 1900 had to be removed to make room for bigger and better housing later.
But of course you also find big-city-life in Sophia. Lots of terraces, ...
... headed to the main gay bar in the city which was closed upon our arrival. We waited down the street with a couple cans of beer and then headed back. The club itself was nice, finished to a high standard and had some fun music playing. The crowd was sparse at first but did begin to pick up after a while. Once it started to get busy, 2 guys walked into the club that Tom and I decided were to be our company for the evening. On a side note, it doesn’t get too difficult for Tom and ...
... and insist on both items 'till I turn blue. After all, this is the city of good food, good wine (which is happily working its way into my bloodstream) and avant-garde fashion.
Oh and peoples: a word of advice... Leave your Crocs at home when you travel, especially to Europe. They're good for the chalet and the garden only.
Happy birthday to my Mom who turns a youthful 65 tomorrow but only looks like she's 64!
... berths and beeped and waved at us. Some downhills and a slight lessening of the headwind meant that we made 40 miles by 2, although we then realised that we've lost an hour again and it was actually 3. Either way, we could relax, knowing we would make it before it got dark. Stuffed our faces with crisps and sausage rolls in a layby and then settled in for the last 15miles. The road didn't really get anymore busy coming through the outskirts, but we ...