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... a little chilly.
I ordered the mish-mash, which is exactly what it sounds like. I also noticed a woman at the next table eating some watermelon, so I ordered that too. Well, the mish-mash was just delightful but the highlight of the meal had to be the mountain of watermelon they brought me. I took half of it to go. And so back to the hotel I went to get a little more work done before I left for my session. I also finished my watermelon.
... of the sights, get postcards and stamps and of course, icecream. After a couple of hours it was still too hot so went back to hostel again and relaxed and had dinner (free spaghetti). At 10pm it was time to head to the bus station so I got a taxi and waited for my bus. The bus was ok – it left at 11pm and was more comfortable than a normal bus. The seats ...
... some of the things on the menu (both food and introductions to food) as they appeared in the menu. I sneakily copied them down into a little notepad at the restaurant, pretending that I was noting my lovely surroundings (the surroundings were lovely and the food great by the way, but the menu was really special):
~ 'Nervous meatballs' (Tom wanted to get these to see if they twitched on the ...
Alarm bells started ringing, but I ignored them. Besides, Angela was already loading the bag into the back. "Can you give a rough price though?" I pressed.
The driver smiled. "Sorry. No! But it will be on meter. Please, get in. Come." We did, and as soon as we set off, the metre began going up like the clappers, finally stopping on fifty Lev (£17) as we pulled up outside our hotel. We'd been stitched up good and proper!
Sofia, nestled at the ...
... bit concerned, until I saw the new shiny nice terminal waiting ahead and it was a perfectly nice place to linger for a bit.
I was glad to have visited Sofia. The first day it felt beat, grey and gritty. The second day it grew on me as I got to know my way around and spent time in the parks and cafes. Staying just off the tram was excellent. In general, if you stay at the ground level, it feels pretty nice. Looking up though, you will ...