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... because the only time I'd done that before I'd got royally ripped off, but now it looked like we had no choice. To guard against being ripped off I got Dave to take a photo of their listed rates. Maybe the driver we ended up with had seen us do this (or maybe he was just nice and honest), because as it turned out we didn't get ripped off at all.
It was snowing in Sofia. Inside Sofia Airport it was lovely and warm ...
... other on a cell/mobile phone. Many of the local crops have already been harvested.
Those of my generation may recall the song 'Jesse's Girl'. Transposed, that would be The *****. To update the lyrics might be 'I'm glad I don't have Jesse's girl, where did he find a hag like that?' Bit tired as we hit the 'burbs of Sofia by 1315. Whether the apartment buildings are old Soviet or new Bulgarian, they are ugly.
Into the hotel c 1340. Up to the room for some ...
... wearing so much and he said he liked to keep a professional look. He was also fasting. Impressive. He ended the tour with us at a restaurant which was included. He didn't even have water. I took the chance to get to know him with some other travelers after lunch. He started the first guesthouse/hostel after the war. He escaped through the tunnel with his family during the war after their house was leveled. He's only 25. Started the hostel at 15. The guy was way beyond his ...
... Cinemas cohorts, with a third, Dimana, joining us later in the evening. They took us into Sofia, Bulgaria's capital city, which, like Budapest, was blanketed in snow. While the girls assured me that the city is much prettier in the summer months, it was no less impressive in colder temperatures.
After arriving, we went to Fancy, an understandably nice restaurant across the street from the Church of St. Nicholas the Miracle-Maker (which, despite this being ...
... photo of a gypsy boy ******* on it generated enough controversy that it was moved to a local museum. * Not so lucky was the former communist leader Georgi Dimitrov who had been entombed in a colossal mausoleum, a la Lenin and Mao, in front of the old Royal Palace. The mausoleum had been built in six days. In 1990, the new government loaded it with dynamite and detonated it on TV. The charges exploded, but the structure was undamaged. Three more attempts failed before it was ...