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... is the name of a TV tower in the area, which itself is named after the rock it stands on. The TV tower can been from anywhere in Sofia and is a landmark everyone knows. The tower itself is fenced off, but there is a hotel a stone's throw away with a huge terrace overlooking the city. This is probably the best vista point in Sofia you can get to by car. Last time I was here was in the winter of 2005 - it was bitterly cold then, and the views were great but dominated ...
... asked her where the train was. "Actually you have to catch a bus for the first leg of the journey, then transfer to the train at the border". This was slightly disappointing to be honest, as I'd had grand visions of jumping onto a moving train which, though not particularly safe, would have ticked off another item on my already rapidly diminishing bucket list. The idea of jumping onto a moving bus somehow didn't seem as romantic.
"OK, fine. So where is the bus?"
... by a Turkish restaurant as I hadnt eaten since the hotel breakfast and some snacks on the bus. I had a chicken leg with rice and naan bread for 5B ($3.75).
The naan was nice so I ordered two more for take out as there is no breakfast in the hotel. They were .75B each ($.50 cents)
I stopped by a supermarket and ...
The best part of talking to a local in Bulgaria had to be their reaction when we told them we were from Canada. "What? Canada, why so far?" After the fact they realized we were not Americans.
In the last few day of our stay in Bulgaria there was a terrorist attack only 30 km ...
Sometimes, plans just don't work. Sometimes, especially when you're winging it in a foreign language and even in the Cyrillic alphabet, trying to wing it just plain overwhelms me.
Today, when I arrived in Sofia, on time, on the overnight train from Istanbul, I was just overwhelmed by the language problems, the alphabet problems, and by the fact that my "plan" for the next two days involved buses, which I have decided are simply ...