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Oct 3, 2014
Unfortunately,.....I arrived in Rome with only about 3 hours sleep. I had just dosed off,...when the flight attendant sauntered down the isle (at 2am) yelling, 'Orange Juice! Anyone want Orange Juice?' No,....what I 'wanted' was to ring her little neck for waking me.
Anyway,....arrived safely in Rome,.....with about a 5 hr …
... pointed us to a specific booth to buy tickets to Skopje, then we got Bulgarian lev out of the ATM and took a cab to the hostel. The hostel was serving breakfast as wel arrived, which was a delicious meal of homemade pancake/crepe things with sheep’s cheese and nutella. The coffee was also really good—we have had such luck with the coffee on this trip!
We relaxed in the hotel for a while before picking up a ...
... of inspiration for the Bulgarians during that time. On signage here, you have to read the bottom half which is often in English.
We arrived at Rila Monastery, a World Heritage Site, at 0950. We had 1.5H to spend as we chose. There are outer areas as well which time did not permit considering but the time was ample for the Ecclesiastical and Historical Museum and the church.
There was an initial 'wow' factor. The monastic buildings look newly renovated. ...
... the most nicest looking city. We had to find a money exchange as we had left over Macedonian but no where wanted to change it to Bulgarian money so we could buy our train tickets and some food, eventually we found somewhere. We were able to leave our bags at the tourist office while we had a quick look around, bought our tickets and had a late lunch. We waited in the train station, on the way in with our bags a lovely Bulgarian man ...
... guesthouse up the road. He took us to the tunnel museum and we got to go inside the actual tunnel. (To keep this short, I won't explain the tunnel, just google tunnel sarajevo). We also visited the olympic bobsled track that was later used by snipers during the siege of Sarajevo, and the road in central Sarajevo known as "sniper alley". (Again, use google) Haris was something else. It was easily 105 out. He was in a short sleeve button down and long pants. I asked him why ...