Grand Hotel Sofia
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... I don’t think it looked too bad! With some fancy sweater twisting, it looked like a real outfit choice.
After we left the monastery, we went to the cutest restaurant and I had my first whole fish! I’m talking the eyes, the tail…it was all there. Normally I’m not a fan of fish, but this was fantastic. Also…I ate raw tomato! (Yes, yes…I hate tomatoes) That evening we were given the choice ...
After 4 hours of being somewhat cramped into a dumpy 2 door Volkswagen Golf driving through the mountains of Montenegro and into Herzegovina (the southern area of what is more commonly known as Bosnia), we finally made it to our hostel in Mostar. But of course, because everything on this trip has seemed to work out, our non-English speaking driver somehow knew the exact hostel we had booked and the owner personally. He conveniently called ahead to make sure everything was ...
... Despite of the initial difficulties in finding it we were absolutely impressed by this place. It was literally an old spacious apartment that had been converted into a bar. Perfect idea! I completely fell in love with this place. Prices were not surprisingly high either so we decided to have a drink (Mexican Corona and Spanish Sangria). Drinks were tasty, too! We should have come to this bar in the first place! Damn it! On the other hand, it´s always better to get to know more ...
... them to raise money for an orphanage nearby. I told some of them that I had graduated from the same high school back in 1999, and I could see their brows furrow trying to do the math and see how old I was. I did feel old, seeing those 15-16 year olds running around. It didn't seem too long ago I was one of them!
Next we went to Slaveykov square, one of the most famous squares in Sofia, which is known for its many book stalls. ...
... forty-six years. The country witnessed the arc of communist infallibility to failure and then embraced capitalism shortly before it began to founder across Europe. The bill for all these misplaced bets may not be paid for decades if it can ever be at all. Welcome to NATO and the EU. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy your plight. I take a cab up into the hills again for another rooftop dinner, this time at a place called Tavan ...
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet