Crystal Palace Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... me, along with her roomie Catwoman. Neither took any issue with my bagging the day early final group meal. Apparently the group got back after 2200 as I must have conked out, not hearing any closing doors. Lots of red wine was consumed.
I did not use the hotel very much re sauna, etc. What I found most amusing was a sign in the lobby [repeated in the room] about breakage costs for this and that. Guess local skiers are a rowdy bunch. Didn't seem to be a charge ...
... get anything done with three people clambering all over each other and pausing to let the one another tie a shoe lace every now and then. Each compartment was designed for six people, so imagine the chaos of old, when these trains probably carried hundreds of workers to the factories that were dotted all along the now defunct tracks.
In contrast to the mundane comings and goings of Sofia's central station, the station at Belgrade was madness, and I barely managed to get in ...
... Mom and Dad must be so proud of me.) As often as men act as though their genitalia is made of gold, the designer behind the theater's exterior painted the angel's genitals for a different reason. He took umbridge towards critics of his work. Therefore, accenting the angel's member in gold was his way of giving the middle finger to carpers, in a much more classy fashion.
We were a touch disappointed to leave Martin that evening. His enthusiasm was contagious, ...
... wearing so much and he said he liked to keep a professional look. He was also fasting. Impressive. He ended the tour with us at a restaurant which was included. He didn't even have water. I took the chance to get to know him with some other travelers after lunch. He started the first guesthouse/hostel after the war. He escaped through the tunnel with his family during the war after their house was leveled. He's only 25. Started the hostel at 15. The guy was way beyond his ...
... down and bulldozed from history. Dimitrov's body had been exhumed and buried by the communist faithful. Today the site stands empty. *The town baths, located in a 19th century neo-Byzantine building, have been closed for 25 years owing to Bulgaria's teetering economy, but the adjacent drinking fountains are busy as locals fill plastic jugs with the warm thermal mineral water, thought to be good for all that ails you. I try a few handfuls. Soft, mineral taste, but not bad ...