Crystal Palace Boutique Hotel
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... 30am. I will never be sure if kapikule was a dream sequence or weird experiment. There were a number of uniformed staff milling around what could easily have been a TV set approximation of a communist looking railway station. Some if number had by now been eroded and so by now only we five tourists - me, Steven, vera from the Netherlands and two girls - sat in the bleak confines of the waiting room for the 2:55am train. The staff/actors were able ...
... safe than sorry.
We took a taxi to the hostel in Central Istanbul. The route was very scenic on the way there. The bridges were all lit up during the evening and the streets were pretty lively at 2am.
I am pretty exhausted from the transit and will probably sleep in tomorrow. The world cup is Ghanavs USA right now, but I don't think I can stay up to keep score. I'll just see the result tomorrow morning.
-- Ryan L.
... me that that was the Danube over there. I don’t know why that excited me so much - possibly because I think I can only name three European rivers and I remember the Danube is meant to be blue from a song or something and yes, it is blue. So I sat on a fort wall which is clearly a hangout for the youth of Belgrade and gawked for a few minutes thinking how cool it was to see the Danube in Serbia then wandered down into the streets of Belgrade, catching the fiery ...
... before. While it would have been way more fun if we had been there at the same time, it was still fun to talk about places and know that someone actually knew what I was talking about. After our call I attempted to hit the gym, but that turned out to be the hotel's one downfall. Deep in the basement, with equipment almost as old as the hotel itself, I didn't waste my time. Instead, I did a test run walk to my info session venue, and took another walk ...
Miryana (Mimi) Georgieva: Communications & PR, FSCI (Foundation for Social Change & Inclusion)
Teodora (Tedi) Koleva: Director, FSCI
Vera Kostadinova: Administrator, FSCI
Rich Parsons: Bulgaria Ops Manager, TT
Valya Stankovska: volunteer/translator
Ivaylo (Ivo) Zahariev: volunteer
Nikolai (Niki) Zlatev: Social Work Manager, FSCI