Alexander Business Apartments
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... and all. I proceed to absolutely butcher the fish to pieces, but it is actually pretty tasty, and cheap at $2. However, they don't take credit card and I don't have any cash on me, so one of the other group members, a guy who happens to live in London (quite the coincidence).
Leave the restaurant and hop back in the van to make our way to Boyana Church. Located just outside of Sofia, it is a church built around medieval times that ...
Alright, I got tons of cash and a new card on the way. So everyone (mom) doesn't have to worry. My Bulgarian friends were very helpful and it didn't take long at all to fix :P Bulgaria! In a sentence, i was only going to be here for a couple of days but now I'll spend all 8 days i have before my flight to Germany. One reason is it is supper cheap compared to Turkey. Last night and tonight I'm staying with a ...
One "danger" of spending one's time sweeping the streets of Sofia is over-caffeination. It's really not that hard to do. You meet up with a friend. You sit at a cafe to catch up. It's too early for alcohol, so you order a coffee. You run a few errands. You sit at a cafe to rest up. It's probably still too early for a beer, so you order another coffee. Before you know it, it's like midnight, and you're wide awake, and decide to count how ...
... I was able to watch movies the whole time. It had a few different channels and there were always at least two movies in English on at all times. I watched "This Is The End", “After Earth”, and “Iron Man 3”. They wouldn’t have been my first three choices, but it was a nice change from reading the whole time.
The countryside driving through Bulgaria was pretty nice, but I’m not overly impressed with Sofia. It may still ...
... Bulgarian beers, sampling both a lager and a dark (the latter of which was the best of the two, and a good dark beer for Europe, where these are surprisingly hard to come by).
The next morning brought with it a typical Bulgarian breakfast. We ate large, doughy pastries filled with cheese. To drink, beyond the coffee there was a yogurt drink (which proved too sour for Jaclyn's taste) and boza, a thick, brownish, semi-sweet beverage made of wheat (with ...