Meg Hotel Lozenetz
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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I haven't updated my blog in a while. Sofia was lots of fun, but I didn't take that many pictures, and I didn't do that many exciting things.
I could sum up my sofia trip with hanging out with Gergana, her friends, and reading lots of books. The weather was mostly cold and rainy, so I took the opportunity to stay indoors and read a lot. I finished the core trilogy of Alystar Reynold's sci-fi series, which had the potential to be one of ...
... high school friend, and we discovered that we both had a black-and-white long-haired cats. To top it off, they have pretty much the same name - hers is named Jeff and mine is Jeffrey. She had moved back to Bulgaria in 2011, bringing Jeff and his sister Harmony with her. So, when we got to her place, first order of business was to snuggle with Jeff. We chatted for awhile, then went out to yet another cafe with her sister.
... and back Simon and now its printed in a blog too haha gutted xxxx The next day a guy called joe joined our dorm room and we got chatting and if you think the other Simon was coincidental wait for this one...turns out Joe was in belgrade when we were,on our night train coming in, then our hostel, then our room. And to top it all off he's from colchester!? Well I must have looked like a right wierdo when we worked it all out haha. We later realised that ...
... of Colonel Sanders and listens to loud country/Latino music. Naturally we get along. Haha However, he knows very little English. Needless to say, our car ride was hilarious. He picked me up from the high school in a VERY nice Mercedes Benz with some random woman I am assuming is his wife. We listened to country music the whole way and I slept a lot. He took me to Shelby's and we just hung ...
... and the shady side of the streets are the busiest. The first park I come to is dominated by an unfortunate piece of much-graffitied sculpture consisting of what looks like a metal scaffolding with brutal, scabby concrete humanoids clinging to it like aliens abandoning ship. Very nice if you like that sort of thing. I later learn that it's a tribute to Bulgaria's liberation by the Russian army. A snow-capped peak, Vitosha, is the backdrop to an enormous civic structure ...