Sonata Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... in the conversions.
Invoking the expression about saving the best for last, the Ivan Vazov National Theatre was stunning. It has a Greek temple facade. Its basic colour is a shade of burgundy. Statues adorn other towers. Gold leaf is present. It was an eye popping site.
Got back c 1615, quite satisfied with the day. There was a sign about a lobby meeting at 1830, allowing me an additional half hour to do my beauty [all of you, drop dead]. Pounded away at ...
... stopping at a few little towns on the way. We ended up parking up round a lake along with a few Bulgarian fishing enthusiasts. It was again evident that rubbish is still an issue, even though Bulgaria is part of the EU. Sad. It was a quiet night as Logan was resting his giant foot, which was stung by a bee this morning. Looks pretty sore and swollen hope it doesn't get much worse...
... last year and then headed out to the Monastery Kitchen restaurant that some of us went to last year and enjoyed so much. I ordered a salad and shashlik but the shashlik was accompanied by most everything that was in my salad except for the wonderful stuffed peppers. I took a photo of them of course. My waiter spoke English and tried to be helpful. I asked him how to say thank you in Bulgarian but I had a lot of trouble with the pronunciation - he even spelled it ...
... whole 90c. Even bought myself a punnet of raspberries for 80c, a bit better than Woolworths or Coles.
With the city 1/2 empty it meant less concern for traffic was needed and with that we kept the streak going of not having to pay for parking by leaving puglsey at the stadium car park. (as i write this we are in Budapest and we have still kept the streak going..although i haven't checked so there could be a clamp on it).
... to mention all the 40 year old buses and seriously delapidated high rise housing buildings...all of which are very drab and carry that socialist feel.
Seems like many people walk or ride the bus where they need to go. Half their buses are converted to electric and run on a trolley type system like a light rail train, the other half burn diesel like no tomorrow.
Went to the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, which was absolutely amazing. ...