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... a promotional brochure about the hotel in English so did so.
Off c 0800. Esa had been working on the bus a/c last night, only turning it on when we got out of Bansko. We passed Le Retro, the #1 rated Tripadvisor spot to eat. I would have needed a miracle to find it. An old lady was selling what looked like yogurt in big pop bottles. Cows have been a rare sight on this entire trip. Surprised the Engineer did not sense the very narrow gauge railroad tracks.
... wave to Karoline over the heads of the crowd who had engulfed us as we got off the train before she was gone, and I was left on my own again in an unfamiliar place. Saddened by the loss of my new friend, I hobbled over to buy a ticket to Budapest and within half an hour was heading even further north, now two days into my journey on land. I was tired, hadn't showered in three days and was more than a little lonely, but I was powerless to stop the smile appear across my ...
... albeit quirky, we enjoyed his style. He did abandon his constant stream of humor to end on a note of deep sincerity. "Be happy. Only you are responsible for your happiness. Live your life, and let others live theirs." It appears that Sofia not only stands for wisdom, it also represents happiness...as it should because at this currency conversion rate, it would be a piece of cake to live so happily.
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... Again, some serious stories from him, just like Miran in Mostar. One thing he kept mentioning throughout the day was the notion that Bosnians do want to move on from the war and all the factions. He cited tourism as a means to do so. He would drop lines like "we want people to visit and tour B H for what it is and not because of the events that happened in the '90s." I see his point. It makes sense. But his entire tour was centered around the war. In fact, it was hard to get ...
... Cinemas cohorts, with a third, Dimana, joining us later in the evening. They took us into Sofia, Bulgaria's capital city, which, like Budapest, was blanketed in snow. While the girls assured me that the city is much prettier in the summer months, it was no less impressive in colder temperatures.
After arriving, we went to Fancy, an understandably nice restaurant across the street from the Church of St. Nicholas the Miracle-Maker (which, despite this being ...