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... a shine to him and while Bulgaria initially tried to remain neutral when the next war broke out, it joined the Axis Powers in 1941 when Germany needed access to its borders for its invasion of Yugoslavia and Greece. As a result, most of central Sofia was turned to rubble by Allied bombers. When the Soviets invaded in 1944, Bulgaria switched sides, declaring war on Germany and installing a communist regime that would hold power for ...
... funded by the Jewish Community of Sofia. Most surfaces were ornamented or painted. A picture's worth a thousand words, though. I don't really feel like talking about the worship hall for a thousand words, so let's hope dad finds the pictures of it.
All in all, the Synagogue was well worth seeing, though not quite as large as the big church in town. I give it 4 and a half stars.
... out around the hostel trying to decide what to do when a guy named Mark come up with the brilliant idea to go go-carting. Lovely idea for Steve, and Katie (a girl from the hostel) and I went to see Easy A at the cinema. I was expecting cheesy teenage-y no-brainer, but was quite pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed it.
After getting back Steve and I took a walk around Sofia, and thus began the Sofian tradition we came to know as the ...
... I would say driving but that was Bevan's dubious honor).
So what else can I say about the capital of Bulgaria, a country that is famous for 4 things:
1. The head nod for no, head shake for yes (no, we haven't mastered it)
2. The Cyrillic alphabet, generally called the Russian alphabet, although it was invented by Bulgarian monks (who confusingly Macedonia also claims as their own)
3. Having their own unique yogurt bacteria
4. The woman on Bulgarian ...
... distinctive wall lighting was the signature of this club. Satisfied, or at least giving him he benefit of the doubt, we ordered drinks and sat at a table to await the crowd as the music came back on (I'll give you uno, dos, tres, quatro chances to guess which song he started with).
To be fair, it wasn't long before more people started coming in. 5 more, to be precise - one scrawny kid with 4 girls - who sat at the table next to ours. Sam, and Jo ...