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... he would) and there were no conductors or machines to give money to. On the way there I saw other people get on and then get off again later without having paid anyone anything, but the driver never said anything, so I just got off at the terminal and hoped for the best.
It was amazing to see Dave again, as you can imagine. Thankfully the OK-Supertrans taxi service desk was still open, so we took one of their taxis to the hostel.
... wake up call for me; whee! Bed by 2245.
Michelle, you asked for it so here is a summary of nicknames of those on the Macedonian tour:
Ian and Anne are married; Paul is Ian's brother.
Ian...The Engineer re his love of train travel.
Anne...Babooshka for her attire [though with her 'Plain Jane' looks, a couple of babooshkas over her face might be in order.
The Three Stooges...collectively since the Three Musketeers is ...
... the nightclub. Ivan left the pretty waitress with regret having flirted shamelessly, but she kept shaking her head at him. As we were to learn later, is that shaking the head in Bulgaria actually means 'yes'!! We went to a recommended nightclub called 'Nightflight'. Ivan and Vlad felt very nostalgic. However there was no one on the streets, no one outside the club or on line except 8 hulking bouncers that were doing their best ...
... people. Went out, partied, even went to a club (not usually my thing), and stayed out late late. The highlight was at midnight midway over the Danube river on the Gazela bridge when 5 nationalities sang happy birthday to me. Not a birthday I'll soon forget. The following day I went on a tour of the underground bunkers around Belgrade. Very good decision. The tour guide was horrible, and gave far too many irrelevant details about the sights, but it was worth it. ...
A few steps away was the Rotunda of St. George, not just the oldest operational church in Sofia but also widely considered to be the oldest building in the city. The 4th century church sits in the middle of ruins of Serdica, the town that once stood around it. Across the street, we passed the National Archaeology Museum, then made our way to the Russian Church (getting a better look at it today). Perhaps the most notable design element of the church can be ...