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... where the Banya Bashi Mosque stands is the Synagogue. There is a story related to the Jewish community of Bulgaria. During the WWII Bulgaria was on the side of German Nazis. Of course, the Bulgarian king was asked several times to send all Jewish people to the concentration camps in Germany (today's Poland). He was trying to delay the process of displacement of the Bulgarian Jews as long as he could but in the end he had to carry out an order. Therefore the trains full of ...
This morning we went on a tour of part of the city and as usual were shown government buildings, churches, mosques etc. We were told that the average wage here is about 700 euro a month and if you don't work you get nothing – I am sure this is why most people have great vegetable gardens which take up their whole section. This is not a very interesting place, nothing ...
... chains. There were no male waiters; the menu offered everything from hamburgers, pizza, salads, apple pie, and sushi; and the service was very friendly, bordering on superficial. Sounds about right.
Rada purchased some regional specialties at the supermarket for dinner that evening—ajvar (a paste made of red bell peppers, oil, and garlic) and some eggplant paste (made with the same ingredients). We smeared one the pastes on slices of bread, spooned some white ...
... him in English, we resort to a lot of makeshift sign language and laughs. Most random sight of the day...at the stop light along the way, there are 2 guys in the road selling phone chargers, like, "hey buddy, nice phone you have there, need a car charger for it??" WTF?
Our driver doesn't know where the hotel is so we drive down some interesting back roads trying to find it...don't like the way you're going on a 1 way in Istanbul? No problem, just let off the ...
... there were 5 kids in the 3 rows beside us all under the age of 4. Thought for sure the little Indian kid would be trouble, the 3 Canadian kids would be fine, and the infant behind them would cry the whole way. Turns out the infant was the best of the group and didn't make a noise the whole time. The other 4 kids were terrible and screamed and hollared the entire flight, including the 4 hours when the lights were out and it was dark outside ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility