The Innovation Roadshow - reason for travel.
Hotel Room at the Hotel Downtown.
View from my hotel room - cafes, casino, and apartments
The cafe below my room.
View from my hotel room.
The British Ambassador's residence, across the street from our hotel.
View from the room.
A casino next door.
Morning view from my room.
Night 2 was dinner at Flannagan's at the Radisson, view of the National Assembly (Parliament) building across the way.
View of Mt Vitosha from the SAP Office.
Scott Demos Eventus to the crowd.
Radoslav demos Porta
SAP Labs Bulgaria
Whiskey bar at the hotel.
Iranian Embassy down the road.
A statue (couldn't read the cyrillic to know what it is a statue of)
National Assembly by day.
National Assembly by day and the Tsar Osvoboditel monument by Italian Sculpture Arnoldo Zocci. Sofia University in the distance.
Alexander Nevski Cathedral
National Assembly building
The Alexander Nevski Cathedral was built to memorialize those who have fought for Bulgaria and is relatively new compared to most churches in the city - started construction in 1882.
Alexander Nevski Cathedral entry.
Alexander Nevski Cathedral from the front.
Entry doors and gate
Mosaic artwork. No photos from the inside since cameras were forbidden, but the artwork and atmosphere was breathtaking.
Streets of Sofia
The Russian Church
Artwork on the side of a building.
Lunch/dinner at Tambuktu - stuffed calamari.
A big pot of mussels.
Back to wandering the city - here is the Ethnographic museum and National Art Gallery