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... I didn't really care, so I just stared back at them. And then, I guess looking necessarily indifferent, they acknowledged me. Worked like a charm for the rest of my stay. I particularly got along with a cook I met. I told him about the Bulgarian Stare and said it comes off as cold. He replied, "Bulgarians aren't cold, they're angry!" And with my prompting began telling me why he is unhappy with his government. I liked that guy.
... patio, where we spent a wonderful couple of hours chatting. They have 7 indoor-outdoor cats, and a feline was always around one of us. One of the three orange tabbies was especially affectionate - so much so, that he even got my dad, not the biggest cat fan, to pet him. I took a liking to the black-and-white one, which I am convinced is my cat Jeffrey's Bulgarian cousin.
We were so close to Vitosha mountain that, when we left, I asked if we could go to ...
... money to boot. The menu was astronomically priced and I decided to leave before the stately waiter eyeballing me decided to throw me out.
After walking around Istanbul for a bit and grabbing a cheap kebab for dinner, I headed back to the station. There was a waiting room there which looked to have all the original trappings, though in a now slightly decrepit state. With about thirty minutes to spare I decided to hole up here for a while and read. A homeless man was my ...
... The Watermill) has ponds, a bonfire, an outdoor patio and open air gardens above the Dragalevtzi River. We are welcomed with wine and led into our cozy dining room. Alas, the rain that is gently falling prevents our sitting on the patio! Waiters clad in national costumes serve delicious Bulgarian cuisine, and musicians and dancers entertain us.
... Negroni in town, I avail myself of one and ask Mariela where I should go to eat. She recommends a Japanese place called Sasa and the restaurant at the Kempinski Hotel Zografski , which are both located at the top of high rises and have good views of the city and Vitosha, its mountain backdrop. She marks them on a hotel map and says I should take a cab. I think the walk would be more fun and I set off, discovering half way that it the Kempinski is a good 3km up a ...