Favorite thing: I did notice an internet cafe here in the centre of town but forget where it was but if you have your laptop with you and need a connection several of the cafe-bars here offer free Wi-Fi. The Vision Cafe on the corner of Dounavska and Batenberg (??) was the one that I used most mornings which has a fast and reliable connection, and, as a bonus, decent coffee, friendly staff and is pretty good for breakfast too.
Vidin is one of the oldest towns along the Bulgarian Danube bank. It appears as the Roman fortress of Bononia on the foundations of a Thracian settlement. During the First Bulgarian Kingdom it is known as Budin (Bdin). Bishop's centre. During the Second Bulgarian Kingdom it is a strong fortress and after 1371 a capital of the Vidin Kingdom under Tsar Ivan Sratsimir.
Fondest memory: Walking in the riverbank park in sunset.
Favorite thing: Walking around in the center is an interesting experience. Especially on a hot Sunday afternoon because, as you can see, the place was dead.