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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was fried cheese. But, I ordered a non-cheese stirfry dish that was just eh. The cherry juice they had was excellent though. That, I can recommend.
I went back to the hostel to get a quick rest before the pub crawl, but then heard bad things about it. One guy who had done it last night said that it was so full they basically took over every bar and didn't get to meet any locals. Another said it wasn't that fun. Their stories and my tiredness made me decide not to go ...
... was fun, and we played charades, pointing and giggling to communicate with her. The over night train was basic but comfortable. All in all, I'm sorry I didn't see more of Belgrade. Sofia wasn't quite as grand as I'd expected. The few blocks of city centre had nice and imposing buildings, but the city in general is quite dishevelled. It seems still too downtrodden to have its own sass like in Budapest. We did find two local restaurants that were nice, and ...
... of translation time. I feel like a rambled the whole thing but I did it and nobody yelled at me (they actually smiled the whole time! Haha!) Following that was a time of worship with the praise team (who sang beautifully!) and then the sermon. Lunch was wonderful (woot woot for pizza) and then we explored the city a bit more. We saw the cathedral (which I absolutely love) and I was able to see a somewhat celebrity. (A 98 year ...
... recently because houses, cars and streets were covered in white, fluffy snow and it was noticeably colder than Mostar. We spent the first day walking the streets and ended up at the war museum. It was somewhat anticlimactic because we had this amazing hands on tour just a day before and now found ourselves walking through a small museum with pictures and minimal artifacts. Nevertheless, we made the most of it and absorbed as much information as we could. In the evening we ...
... during the upcoming year. The white color symbolizes man - the power, and the red color symbolizes woman - health. On the 1st of March Bulgarians give such a string to their friends and family members. They normally wear it on their wrist for a certain period of which end is connected with the first signs of spring. When people see the first blossoming tree they tie it there. That's why we saw some of them still hanging :) Nice tradition, isn´t it?