City Avenue Hotel
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... a second round of passport stamping in the late afternoon and after ruminating on that confusion, I finally figured it out and enjoyed a round of good-natured forehead slapping.
I had only 24 hours in Belgrade and spent the first 9 asleep but I had a wonderful day walking out about the waterfront and then back through some of the pedestrian shopping areas and up through an old fort/castle area. I was sipping a juice in a waterside restaurant when the waitress ...
... Cooperative Union was far more cooperative than they were last year. For starters, they let me in the building. I also met an engineer who was on hand to help me set up the room. We also had a screen and projector. Again, vast improvement over last year. So what if the engineer wanted to blast ABBA until my session started. The evening got off to an even better start when one of my alums, who had declined to participate this year, was the first ...
... for the song request, itself. The women were finished, and were leaving before their song had played, and insisting they did not know of the additional charges. Because of my proximity in sitting near the women, the "bar management" insisted that I should be the one responsible paying for the additional drinks, song request, etc. "Management" and I continued to argue, my insisting I was not going to pay for any drinks, song requests, or anything. ...
... hotel? Sorry? Sheraton Balkans. Yes. I know. Reservation? Yes. Thank you. You stay here? Yes. Sofia for five days. Then Varna. Have you been to Varna? Thank you. The wide drive in front of the hotel is jammed with cars. We squeeze around a gleaming black sedan displaying the Norwegian flag and there are men in suits with wires running from collar to ear everywhere. In the lobby beneath a grand chandelier, everyone is dressed to the nines. A ...
... floor. It was a bit odd however, as each floor we climbed was more derelict then the last all the way to the top where we found an abandoned restaurant which reeked of ostentatiousness.
That evening we met Tony and Alan for some food and a couple of quiet pints. The next day we were to catch a bus to Plovdiv, but then Tony suggested us that he could drive there, and we could all have a day out. We met this suggestion with open arms, as all this bus travel was beginning to really ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed