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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Bank (I think that was it) and was helping advise the Russian ministers during their transition period. However, he said everything they recommended the Russians had some reason why they couldn't do it. Hence no changes. He said Bulgaria's biggest concern is the Russians. He doesn't think our administration (or the previous one) understands the Russians and the situation. Interesting conversation.....but I think Rhonda and Darrell would have gotten ...
... and it was wonderful. There was a prehistoric room, complete with teeth from mammoths and cave bears and some zoomorphic and anthromorphic pottery (which reminded me a bit of Ecuador) amongst other things; a room full of amazing finds from Thracian treasure troves, including several very finely beaten gold burial masks and one more solid looking one, a silver drinking horn, gold jewellery and gold and bronze helmets and breastplates; several icons, including a ...
... why [very dumb]?
Bit of updating of travel notes with the Baltic Republics in the rear view mirror. Off on my hunt for the wifi kiosk. Handled the European techonology with aplomb though annoying just a single 30M block. It's supposed to be 'free' wifi, not 'timed' wifi.
A couple of emails and surfing before the half hour clock gonged. Did an acrostic puzzle to pass the time. It is an hour earlier in Warsaw so the waiting is longer but ...
... not speak Bulgarian, but we both spoke Hebrew. For 20 minutes, he and I had a full conversation about the demographics, history and current topics of the Sofia Jewish community. The synagogue had clearly survived WWII and was not subject to Nazi destruction - what happened?
It turned out Bulgaria's WWII history and its Jewish community ties was very interesting. Although Bulgaria had both instituted restrictive laws of its Jewish community AND ...
... my way back to my hostel in a rather hung over state. I joined Tom and admittedly we really didn’t achieve much during the day except a trip to the park where we sat nursing a hangover. I don’t recall much of Saturday either suggesting to me that it wasn’t particularly eventful. We did manage to get back on the horse in the evening and again went to the same club as Tom was a bit disappointed that he didn’t meet a Bulgarian Knight who would sweep him off his ...