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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that was the norm before), so coming home this time felt like I had never really left. Mom had made shopska salad and eggplant dip and banitza and bean soup for me, and of course there were slices of feta cheese and lukanka to feast on. And beer and wine. And Ritter Sport chocolate with hazelnuts. Bulgarian news were on in the background, friends I've had for almost 20 years were calling and texting... Home is home, even after so many years abroad.
... flying. So then every time he walked past he was limping, poor fella. But we soon felt less sorry, he came back when our train was ready to board and showed us where to go, by now we had clued on that he wasn't just being nice he was wanting some form of payment. After trying to tell him no, no and no we ended up giving him some coins which would be worth A$1 just to get rid of him. We found our seats and and a look around, both ...
I'll try to keep this short. Excuse the grammer and such, on a Bulgarian keyboard. Sarajevo is quite the city...a real melting pot of cultures. The tension is noticeable. I was there during Ramadan, which imposed nothing on me or any other travelers. You could still eat whenever you wanted, get alcohol, and people were out and about for the most part. Religion there is part of their identity, but not everything. I was staying in the Turkish quarter in old town, so it was ...
... see most of the significant landmarks in two hours. While certainly visually and architecturally interesting, this tour also gave us our first inkling of just how much history is present in this city, often overlooked amid the more well-known destinations in Europe. It also allowed us to see several examples of one of the biggest ongoing problems facing Sofia: street dogs. These mangy, wild dogs wander the city streets and, from my observation, are generally ...
... alphabet for me: blagodhia. I paid by credit card and tipped in cash but was sorry that I didn't have more small stuff to give him.
On my way back from dinner, I ran into the Russian Orthodox Church and took a few photos of the sun shining on the cupolas but nothing spectacular. I decided I might as well try to see the Alexander Nevsky Church while I was at it. I almost gave up .... and there it was. I was beginning to get a bit disoriented. After this, ...