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... inside by the appearance of a wild dog on the tracks... At about 3:30am, a bus arrived in the car park and there wsd a change in the cast of characters. Our mildly abrupt ticket inspector was replaced with a positively angry bald man who looked a failed boxer/bouncer and spoke to us like he were the prison guard and we the inmates. The upshot was that there was now no train - elaboration not offered - and that we were instead to get on the bus. His ...
... to take a long walk and check out a park with a waterfall but a thunderstorm was coming in. So we decided to retreat back towards the apartment. We quickily stopped by the nearby grocery store and stock up on food for breakfast tomorrow. Across the street is a mineral water fountain station. There are several of these spread around the city. These are hot thermal mineral water fountains that ...
... to love the city. I loved the part of the tour where we visited the former Square of
Power, which contained the former Party Headquarters and other buildings built during the Communist Era of Bulgaria. This square during the Communist years of Bulgaria was the center of power. The Red Star that once topped the building is now at the Socialist Art Museum. Right near the Square of Power, is the square of Tolerance, where there is ...
... was born near Skopje and this is acknowledged by a modern church and sculpture. The mall led to the old Ottoman centre with its maze of lanes. A walled city also visible from this area. Behind the city was Mount Vodno, topped by a huge cross that celebrates 2000 years of Christianity. Macedonia is not really on the tourist route, yet it has a lot to offer, because the country is quite diverse and the tourist receives good value for their money as prices are low. It is a land ...
... in and around Sofia qualify the city for occupying a place in the 'underrated European city' category, yet this is also subjective, and arguably, the occasional monstrosity of a monument which could well be interpreted as a 'blott on the Bulgarian landscape' is sought out, and for my money, the entire city is a slightly imperfect, but still highly enjoyable whole. All in all, the trend in recent years has been to tag a short ...