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... of the increasing time delays of the train. They also kindly watched over my bag when I needed to dash to the loo and, upon my return, I had one woman clucking concernedly and reaching over to pull down the back of my top which had ridden up. It could not have been clearer had she been able to speak English or I Slovenian: my kidneys were at risk, severe risk, because of this foolhardy behaviour. I haven’t been told off for this since my nana had a go at me in my early ...
... The route to the venue took less than 15 minutes, so I was feeling good about my evening commute. I had intended to checked out the National Art Museum, but, since it was such a nice day, I just kept on walking. Sofia has a number of lovely small parks, and I eventually ending up on their "shopping street", Vitosha Blvd. It is a road completely closed to cars and open to pedestrians. I had planned to only walk a block or two. I walked the whole thing. ...
... scene, rife with many art galleries and performance opportunities. In addition, the street art was on many corners. There was an apparent "underground" artists scene as part of Sofia's normative cultural experience.
My final night in Sofia had a near run-in with the Bulgarian Mafia. Yes, the Bulgarian Mafia. Before telling you about the near Mafia experience, indulge me in describing the club. Many of Sofia clubs celebrate "chalga" - ...
... I wonder how they my be treated in the USA if they had bombed us 13 years ago. It may not be on the top of their mind, but there is a little something awkward about it in my own. Maybe we took out the Chinese embassy in Belgrade on purpose as our own way of saying 'nothing personal.' Lunch at a restaurant by the river, cheese and walnut tortellini, and back to My Place to read for an hour before heading once more buswards. At the Bulgarian border a ...
... spend so much time together, though its always nice to introduce someone new into the group for an external influence). We were introduced to Tony and Alan, Tony a native Bulgarian who works as some kind of aircraft engineer, and Alan an American of Bulgarian ethnicity, who owns a business as a horse trainer. We spent the rest of the evening not paying for a single drink (how it pays to be tall and blue eyed….)
The next morning I awoke in the wrong hotel (ahem) and ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet