Scotty's Boutique Hotel
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I booked at Scotty's since my tour was starting from there. It is centrally located near the major tourist destinations and very near to the Central Synagogue. Breakfast is brought to your room. I found reception to be very helpful in giving directions and tips and they arranged a tour to Rila Monastery for me that was terrific - not inexpensive but the guide was charming, with excellent English, and represented his country very well to tourists.
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... off we went.
She had a driver waiting outside,....so he drove the 3 of us to the Apt. Now,....you're probably wondering why I booked an Apt., vs a hotel,....and the answer is easy,....much larger,....more private,....all of the amenities you could ever want,....and,....and,...(Drum role!),......it only cost about $50.00 a night,....or $22.00 per person. Taa-Daaaa!
The apartment is adorable! Sooooo comfortable, and cute as pie. There are ...
... guide you could wish for and walked us through the history of Bulgaria and Sofia.
After lunch in Sofia we drove for more than three hours through the beautiful Bulgarian landscapes. After the first two hills Hadewych was already vast asleep. On our way we bought some tasty vegetables in a local grocery shop for dinner. Not much later we arrived at the guesthouse in Pavel Banya. We're we will be spending the next 10 days . We couldn't be stopped ...
... Beer only came in half litre servings - this was turning into quite the feast! And then to top it off, we had belly dancers dancing on the cheers and tables, men performing with drums and a live singing! It was absoloutly insane! We all took over the dancefloor and danced until the restaurant closed! Can I just say, Mat danced his little heart out! Fe saw moves she has never seen before - he definatly got all ...
Took a 5am- 3 hour bus ride out of the very rural country side into the big city. We enjoyed a nice coffee and some nice cakes for breakfast. Next off to find the Peace Corps office for a tour and more interviews! Then to discover what exactly the difference is between the tram-trolley- metro- taxi- bus and trains in Sofia. Later to dine at a nice Indian restaurant!
Finally, today I had a meeting with the Visa representative here in Sofia. She is a one-person show, and she explained to me that Bulgaria is a very small, developing market for credit cards. In talking with her, I realized that there is not any opportunity for me with Visa here - at least not for now. She did tell me that one of my former colleagues from Visa Europe will be here at the end of this month for a special, e-government ...