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... recall,.....transportation was an issue, so I went to Turkey instead, and had an incredible time.
At the completion of our adventure,......I'll fly back to Rome,....spend the night,.....and wait (impatiently) for Dennis to arrive the next morning. Then,...he and I will catch a train to Lucca, Italy,.....(our favorite place),......stay a few days, then rent a ...
... some fire coal walking.
... We were staying in the massive 16 bed dorm. It's all the style of an old farmhouse - wooden beams and balcony and the loft is our room for the night. It was pretty hot but not too loud and again had a nice feel to it.
I say not too loud we did have one very loud snorer in the room RIGHT BETWEEN ME AND CHARLY. Literally one bed apart and it's this guy.
We woke up this morning about 10, had a nice breakfast and headed to the station to sort our train reservations ...
... playing buskers, because it's always handy to have on your hands on some copywrite-free Bulgarian music.
It's a bit sad that so many people tick Bulgaria off their list merely by visiting Sofia, a nice-enough capital city but with nothing special to recommend it beyond churches, prostitution and brutalism. But I certainly didn't hate the place. It was a different experience; a poor-man's Moscow. And if you're really lucky, the Bulgarians might let you taste their ...
... room for his servant with cooking equipment for him to make meals for the monk. I assume the servant was also a monk or a monk in training.
After the monastery, we drove farther up the road to Rila Park where we climbed up a hill to a cave where Ivan Rilsky lived for 40 years. There was a dark passage from the cave where I had to take off my camera pack to wiggle my way up and over the stones. Krassie said if I had any bad actions etc, ...