Central Park Hotel
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... it is firm (but not frozen) and slice at a 45 degree angle across the grain of the meat.
Did you ever feel bad for throwing old, moldy fruit away? Do you wonder if you can still use the fruit by simply cutting out the part that seems overripe? Cutting off rotten bits of fruit will not make them safer. Get rid of anything that has mold on it. Mold goes deeper than the eye can see and could be very harmful.
... don't let the tale wag the dog. Back to the Hadjidraganoite Kashti again. Near disaster with The ***** sitting kitty corner but Red and the Mouse subbed nicely. Stern Sue [who has eased up], Janice and the BS made for a nice table. Red was nearly apopletic the drinks' order had not been taken; relax! Had a 600ml Astika beer and djulbaitis [I think], a pork dish with red peppers, mushrooms and taters.
After drinks arrived, James thanked Esa for his driving while I ...
... about the place from anyone without bringing up the war. Not making any judgements here, but there's a lot of backwardness in Bosnia. Another quick example; not mine...someone was on a tour of Sarajevo when the tour guide remarked at how beautiful the city is, just before dropping his cigarette butt on the ground... Just saying. Quote of the day from Haris: "When reality stops, Bosnia continues." Sarajevo ended well. After Ramadan ended there was a giant party in ...
... 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 ...
... by the storm. Two of the university students are from Russia - St. Petersburg and Kazan -- and both will be working in restaurants in New York this summer for tuition money. Two other lovely students are from Ulan Bator in Mongolia. One will be working her second summer in a shop on Martha's Vineyard. All four speak excellent English. Apparently, nearly all of the students at the American University in Bulgaria are Russian or from the former Soviet states. After the tour, ...