Sonata Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... learn was the Ministry of Education and Sciences there was a changing of the guard ceremony. The soldiers looked smart in their white outfits with red areas of trim..
Heading down a new road, I saw in the distance further west the Hagia Nedelja Church. Prior to the Alexander Nevski Cathedral, this was Sofia's cathedral. It dates from the 10th c. One special aspect is one could take photographs on payment of the rather steep fee . The place is fairly small and there ...
... 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...
... to the hotel when the group was leaving and I changed and caught up with them. It was a lovely Bulgarian favorites restaurant with musicians as well and they played songs for each of our countries, except I don't think I heard Waltzing Matilda. The people that I had a chance to talk to all seemed very nice....and of course, well-traveled.
This morning I managed to get up for my 7 am alarm and get ready before breakfast was delivered. I ...
... point. There were family portraits of some dashing and daring young men in the Kableshkov house, but all the material was only written in Bulgarian and even though I can make out some words here and there, I couldn't put much together, especially in my haste.
I calculated that it took me a bit more than 5 minutes to reach the museum entrance, I needed another 5 to get back, with a 5 to spare, that left me around 40 minutes. ...
... and was told off for cycling too fast. We passed by many monuments too which were from Soviet times. We asked our tour guide about these times and what his opinion was. He seemed to support socialism, suggesting that they were relaxed times in that everybody had a job and was comfortable. You didn’t get rich, but you had everything provided for you by the state. He also mentioned the salary system, which we couldn’t work out prior to his explanation. Salaries were paid ...