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... I had an hour layover in Vienna. Ironically, this scenario got me to Sofia more than 2 hours earlier than my original booking!
The one thing about traveling with a carry on is that you always worry about boarding early enough to still have room for your luggage in the overhead bins. So, on both my Austrian Air flights, which got boarded in no particular seat order, I was one of those annoying people who stand at the gate long before ...
... monarch (which I believe succeeded). It left the church covered on the inside with black smoke, most of which was still visible even now. Nearby was an old roman ruin, converted to a orthodox Christian Church. A grass market had sprung up on a nearby park too, and we wandered through to see what was on offer. Hundreds of old WWII Nazi items were for sale at bargain basement prices, from embossed glasses cases to hip flasks sporting the swastika. Even if they were fakes, which I ...
... the guide in the amount believed to be the value of the tour. Risky for the guide? Sure, as it’s common to have at least one cheapskate in the group. Worth it for the traveler? Absolutely, as the guide typically takes you on a tour of interesting sights both on and off the beaten path. We enjoy the tours because the guides share so much more than just historical dates and names; they dive into anecdotes that breathe life into the city in which we’re ...
... everywhere. But two tram stops away it was all orthodox Catholics and completely different. It was hard to find alcohol in the Turkish quarter at the cafes, which had nothing to do with ramadan, but the shisha and tea and coffee were abundant...but you'd be the only one enjoying it if you were in the cafes before sunset. Quick story: As soon as I arrived my first day, Hannah, a girl who worked at my hostel, took me up a hill near the outskirts of town to show me something. ...
... needs to work on. Seriously. It was a frustrating couple of weeks, but eventually everything was in order and I was set to go to Skopje.
Int he meantime, we just have to wait for the new elections in May to see what happens with Bulgaria and the government. A majority of Bulgarians I have talked to hope that Boyko Borisov's party gets reelected, because the second party is the old communist party. Scary. I suppose only time will tell! ...