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... zero information beyond a very helpful it will be here when it is here statement and otherwise busied themselves with looking busy. It was very odd. Our spirits lifted briefly when a single carriage train appeared at around 2:30, only to pass through the station before heading back the other way - an elaborate prop in the hoax train plot?! Who knew. Anyway, 2:55 came and went and there was no train and I decided on a wander outside, only to be ...
Sofia has been an unexpectedly charming city. We joined a free walking tour hosted by an NGO organization. Our guide was real nice and showed us some of the iconic sites in the central city. There are a lot of activities, museums, and parks to check out. I kind of wish we were staying here for a day or two longer.
Our tour showed us a lot of Religious buildings, Roman ruins, ...
... a break in the buildings at 4.50pm. In early November. Seriously, change your timezone, Serbia.
The train ride to Bulgaria was meant to be a quiet affair. I got a sleeper this time because I was determined to be awake when I got to Bulgaria but then I got chatting to a Dutch and an Austrian and the three of us ended up downing beers in the corridor and checking out the lovely stars above the darkened Serbian landscape. It was pretty great.
Why did I stop in ...
... The route to the venue took less than 15 minutes, so I was feeling good about my evening commute. I had intended to checked out the National Art Museum, but, since it was such a nice day, I just kept on walking. Sofia has a number of lovely small parks, and I eventually ending up on their "shopping street", Vitosha Blvd. It is a road completely closed to cars and open to pedestrians. I had planned to only walk a block or two. I walked the whole thing. ...
... not speak Bulgarian, but we both spoke Hebrew. For 20 minutes, he and I had a full conversation about the demographics, history and current topics of the Sofia Jewish community. The synagogue had clearly survived WWII and was not subject to Nazi destruction - what happened?
It turned out Bulgaria's WWII history and its Jewish community ties was very interesting. Although Bulgaria had both instituted restrictive laws of its Jewish community AND ...