- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and were immediately accosted by a cab driver. We at first brushed him off,....but he was persistent. We showed him the address of our hotel, and he said "no problem". No words farther from the truth were ever spoken.
I'm not sure if you've ever experienced a 'night from HELL',....but ours was about to begin.
The driver drove us across town. He pulled up past an intersection, and in very broken English, said that the hotel was up the hill at ...
... funny! The other days we were there were spent just riding through the forests and clearings that were around. We rode for anywhere between 4-6 hours a day. We had one afternoon that we got caught in a storm complete with thunder and lightening. We were surprised the horses were so calm during it. Sim spent the whole time singing to his horse to "keep it calm". The songs included "rain drops keep falling," "Ain't no mountain high" and Spice Girls. It was entertaining to ...
... couple of hours. The glitch was rectified and I celebrated with a plate of goulash. I don't think that's a sentence you'll hear too many times in your life.
While being left behind in Venice meant I got extra time in the sun, the train delay in Slovenia led to five cold and slovenly hours in a train arcade drinking tea and trying to choke down a dodgy hamburger. I made friends with two lovely old women who, without a common language, indulged in ...
... this time around, so there was something oddly comforting and familiar about the airport. I did have to wait awhile for my bag, but then the driver from the Sheraton was there waiting for me on the other side.
The ride into town from the airport is no more than thirty minutes. Since I had caught that 7 AM flight it was still pretty early but luckily there was a room available. The Sheraton Hotel in Sofia is beautiful. The hallways are ...
... twonewly arrived very young babies that had just been left at the hospital by their mums. The centre will do all the administration that leads to the state being declared as wards of the children before they can be put up for adoption. This process can take six months. Hopefully they will find happy families, just as Pavel has.
We then delivered some boxes to the tiny ...