Grand Hotel Sofia
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- TV Channel One Russia
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... we learned about the different traditional clothing, and then saw some at the ethnographic museum shop. We learned about the music and dance, and then got to dance in their traditional style. We ate learned about local foods and rose production, and then had a bunch of local foods, including rose jelly. I hadn't had it before, but it was quite good and interesting. We also learned about modern life, made spring bracelets, used the Glagolic and Cyrillic ...
... a few minutes later another bus to VT from the original company drove into the next bay along. Although the departure time displayed on the front had an hour's difference to that of the first one, I showed my ticket to the driver and he indicated I could get on, so I did, hoping I had done the right thing. We left shortly afterwards so everything was ...
... through a city that had storks EVERYWHERE! and then arrived. Or so we thought, this older gentleman came up, got in the car and then we drove some more! After about twenty minutes, we came to this clearing with just one house and a garden bigger than the house! There we were able to talk with a couple who have been Christians for a very long time and are regular listeners to Studio865. (They have even had multiple opportunities to ...
... twice on two separate occasions by snipers. He was the real deal and the perfect person to learn about Mostar's history from. We feel forever privileged to have had this amazing experience and be well-informed of the terrors that took place during this devastating war.
We spent about 3 hours walking the town, visiting ruins of churches that are being rebuilt, skeletons of buildings that used to be large financial institutions and bullet hole riddled houses. ...
... 15-minute-uphill-walk from the main street. There was a tiny cold cave where the founder of the Rila Monastery, Ivan of Rila, lived for twelve years. It happened more than 1,000 years ago because Ivan of Rila was born in 876. The chapel was constructed much later (roughly 200 years ago) and nowadays Ivan´s tomb can be found inside. It is a very special spiritual place. There were many pictures of saint people surrounded by candles. We even managed to pass through the cave ...