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... Again, some serious stories from him, just like Miran in Mostar. One thing he kept mentioning throughout the day was the notion that Bosnians do want to move on from the war and all the factions. He cited tourism as a means to do so. He would drop lines like "we want people to visit and tour B H for what it is and not because of the events that happened in the '90s." I see his point. It makes sense. But his entire tour was centered around the war. In fact, it was hard to get ...
... name, is usually just referred to as the Russian Church), where we spent several hours chatting, eating, and drinking. Jaclyn and I then went back to Dimana's, who had graciously offered to put us up during our visit. Our first evening was fairly low-key, a deliberate maneuver designed to conserve our energies for a busy Saturday.
According to our robust itinerary, we were to meet at 10:30 Saturday morning for a walking tour of the city, which would allow ...
... the sea or on the banks of a major river. Instead, its water supply is guaranteed by more than 50 natural mineral springs located throughout the city.
We stayed in an awesome hostel called Hostel Mostel which Petra recommended. With a great vibe, free breakfast, dinner (though it was the same pasta each night) and beer you can't really go wrong!
We caught the tram to the train and bus station and caught a bus to Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria's historical ...
... team with understanding families to boot!
Our super Christmas box ambassadors: Trish, Chrissie, Margaret, Franki (+ Tony) and Wendy
Su, Emily & Abigail
Tedy Koleva (& Georgi & Vincent)
Niki Zlatev (& Nicoleta, Bella & Gabriel)
Thanks again for all your ...
Jake was pulled off of facebook to write this, and is currently speaking in third person.
This har is an extremely late entry about the Sofia synagogue and whatever else I deem it necessary to riff about.
We encountered the Sofia Synagogue in the middle of a long, hot stroll through the city of Sofia. A wall surrounds the building, and along the sidewalk there are plaques ...