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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
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... Budapest was already on my priority-to-visit list. I'm definitely going to visit after I finish in Bulgaria next summer.
A couple of jobs needed doing after that; topping up my Bulgarian phone at a Vivacom shop and getting hold of some AA batteries that worked. Once I'd done those, I walked to Aleksander Nevski church and looked round the interior. It was very impressive, with massive candelabras hanging from wonderfully painted ceilings. Only ...
When visiting the friends I was happy to see how баниц
72; (banitsa) is made and suprised that they have it for brakfast. In addition I learned that a proper BBQ fire has to be guarded by the house's men. Tasty cevapis!
We also met Slav Bakalov again. One of my most appreciated painters. If you may you can contact his son: paint-wall.com
Lufthansa was kind enough to accept the 1x1m paintings in the luggage. The wrapping wasn't easy though.
... were about to be sent to Germany but in the meantime the Bulgarian king decided to send a letter to Hitler where he explained that he actually needed these people to work in Bulgaria so all the trains were stopped on the borders and sent back. This is how the king saved 50,000 persons. After the WWII most of the Bulgarian Jews left for a newly established state of Israel. This year Bulgaria is celebrating 70 years (1943 - 2013) since saving of 50,000 innocent lives.
... there, as the sun slips down behind the hillside, I dig in to the most delicious meal of the trip so far, beginning with a small plate of foie gras with peaches, followed by tender slices of veal in a lemon sauce with brussel sprouts and topped off with a panna cotta with blueberries and another glass of a darker, sweeter, rakija my waiter served on the house. Waddling away from the table and listing to the lobby, I prudently take a cab back down the hill to the Balkan and ...
... 8217;s degree in cognitive science. He’s researching the neuroscience behind the brain’s perception of time across different situations. Currently he’s traveling, researching, hosting Couchsurfers, and getting ready to apply to PhD programs in the U.S. I even ran into Matt, the Dutch guy with whom I toured the Tirnovo fortress in VT.
The next morning, Rada and I shared coffee, biscuits, and some nice conversation before heading out for a walking tour of ...