Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ghettos, do make attempts to integrate.
Stefan stressed how important it is for him to support the Roma. As a way to encourage the kids to stay in school and study hard so that they can get good jobs, his business partner Lyuba and he sponsor 20 Roma kids every year for a day in Sofia. They're chosen for this based on their grades. They go to a children's opera, McDonald's (a dream for most of the kids) and to a movie. They also get to talk with the ...
... the ruins of Tsaravets Fortress. There were originally over 400 houses, churhces monasteries and shops but was pretty much destroyed by the Turks in 1398. After a brief visit we found an overnight park beside a roadside restaurant.
The town of Koprivshtitsa was really interesting. It had several old homes open for viewing. Some weren't open because they were closed on Mondays, but we were able to see inside 3 of ...
... were on the ground. Fortunately our suspension is pretty good, I noticed this when I went into town with a fellow camper in his car, which rattled and rolled over the many bumps in the road,
Rila Monastery was about 40km off the motorway in the mountains. On arrival at the camp we were warmly greeted by the owner and filled the water tank with the purest water ever!! We enjoyed a walk in the bush and ...
Today we visited a gorgeous, serene monastery in the lush mountains of Bulgaria. It was so nice to be in nature after spending an entire month just in cities. In addition to the great landscape surrounding the monastery, the architecture and decor of the structures was ...
... serving me baked frozen food service fries. (The menu said fried potatoes, so it was technically accurate, but not at all what I wanted.)
I still came away full, so I happily sat for a while as we drove back by Sofia to Boyana. Then, the ennui set in.
I saw some signs for other tourist attractions. I don't know how good or far they were, but it would have been nice to make another stop along the way, just to get out and move a little. At this point, we ...