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... window. Different types of baklava, khaifa, florentines, things that looked like truffles with various toppings, little meringues, syrupy things, fingers of what I think was fudge, biscuits, cupcakes and so on. We bought a florentine, a slice of chocolatey thing and two 'tolumbi', exactly like the syrupy things we'd got at the deli in VT but longer.
Once we had checked into Hotel Niky we rested for a bit before heading out again at 4pm. We went to the ...
... morning, down to the cathedral.
Ate in the hotel restaurant for some sustenance. Had a Kamenitza beer, Roddy, which was light and smooth. Tried kavarma, a stew with red peppers, chicken, onions, a very hot pepper, all covered with an egg. There was no spoon but the bread worked to sop up the broth It was nice and as much as I needed, happy as well to have gone local on meal one [14.3].
Minor stuff and bed after 2100, party animal status locked in.
... with the boyfriend of my friend Nikki (suitemate and good friend from UNC, living in Sofia, working for the state dept) at the Sofia train station and we knew we were probably going to be at least 2 hrs late. So, as we crossed the border and said goodbye to Lance's Turkish SIM card GBs, we sent a late-night email to Nikki telling her bf to meet us at 2pm instead of noon. Meanwhile, the busload of turkish kids boarded our train car (of course) and proceeded ...
... This was something I hadn't seen for a while. Not even in Sydney would people be so patient.
Richard was having an afternoon nap when I arrived at the hotel. His bus from Skopje arrived very early in the morning and the hotel staff were nice enough to let him check in early. I don't think I can tolerate overnight buses. If I have to travel overnight I'll choose a train and even then, it would have to include some sort of comfort (sleeper cabin) to convince me not ...
Jacquie was quite tired today after our big day yesterday; her feet are looking quite good, even the sswelling has gone down. We took a taxi to the hotel Arena de Seridica to see the old Roman amphitheatre ruins; they are from the 3rd century and in fact the hotel was built around them and they are in the basement of the hotel. The concerige at the hotel was so very helpful; ...