Crystal Palace Boutique Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... or soil to grow them. The industry continues in Bulgaria right up to the present day, but is much reduced these days.
There was also interesting information about and exhibits from the traditional building, tobacco, linen flax and cotton industries, embroidery, woodcarving and traditional soap made from pig fat and limestone.
As well as Bulgarian exhibits, there was a room of Japanese prints and woodcuts and another room with traditional, colourful, spun ...
I've spent this afternoon trying to get a bit of order into our suitcases - in the probably vain hope that we don't get stung for excess baggage again on the flights back to Glasgow. I've washed my hair and writing this as it air dries.
Tonight we have a Bulgarian dinner and musical show so we're all heading off to that. Tell you about that when I get back.
So we got ready and headed down to the bar where we met up with ...
... I am READY to have a private room with a big bed. I've booked four nights in Belgrade at my next place, the last two are in my own room so I can pack and organize my life before I take off for Bangkok on Tuesday. Other than that life is good. I'm getting used to long bus and train rides. I'm getting used to having my passport checked 34984545 times on a bus trip. I'm getting used to border crossings, loud snorers, new friends, answering political questions with tact, ...
... We thanked her and headed for the booth. It was empty but a man walked up to us saying that he worked at the booth and could give us a ride for 20 LV. (the Bulgarian currency) he seemed sketchy and we were pretty sure he was lying so we told him no thanks and contemplated our next move. The kind lady from earlier walked by us and asked if we had made any progress. We told her that the booth was empty and asked a passing taxi driver how much he charged. He told us it depended ...
... next building. With a pocket bulging with warm meat, I make my way back to the square outside the hotel where I find to my surprise and consternation exactly NO DOGS in sight for the first time since I arrived in Sofia. Lots of well-dressed Sofians strolling through the gathering twilight, no trash cans anywhere, zero feral canines and a pocket of meat, the juices of which I am now imagining are beginning to seep through the material of my pocket. I wander about a ...