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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... take that to the south side of town instead of hoofing it. I got off in a large park by the stadium. This park had trees and some fields, unlike the one I had just been in. There were people out for walks, and even a few ladies maintaining some of the flower beds. i passed what was marked on the map as a "lake" for boating and ice skating. There are swimming pools bigger than the lake. You could row across it in under a minute. But, if you had a group of ...
... ended and the sky began.
I arrived in Sofia at about 10 pm and got ripped off a treat by the taxi driver, who took me on a much more roundabout route than needed. I made a mental note just to walk in the future. I arrived at Hostel Lavele, letting myself in with the key that had been left for me. I had been upgraded from a 4 bed dorm to a twin room for some reason! I'd bought a hot dog and some chocolate at one of our stops on the journey, so I had that for ...
... served on toasted bread with a slight smear of butter and some assorted salami-like meats. (Haha, descriptive…I know)
We didn’t arrive until the evening so we were given that time to just relax and get settled. We walked to Billa (grocery store all over Europe) and got some chicken, potatoes, and salad (Mishel is really good at pointing haha) and then crashed in our hotel.
The next day (after breakfast!) ...
... Town of Mostar. A glass of wine, cold pint, fresh cheese, mushroom risotto and grilled vegetables for no more than $15 or so!
We had arranged for a walking tour of Mostar the next day with our hostel owner's husband who had been in the city during the Yugoslavian war. The tour was specifically aimed at informing people of the intensity and the destruction the war had both mentally and physically on the people of Mostar. Right away we knew this was going to ...
... We got to the hostel quite late so we decided to wait for dinner and went out later. Unluckily we forgot to change the time zone on some of our devices so when came to the common room desperately asking for our plate of pasta, the guy told us (smiling) it had ended like 10 minutes ago (we thought it was 19.00 and in fact it was 20.00). Damn! Hence, we had to go to the supermarket and buy stuff. In the end we made a tasty tuna salad so it wasn´t such a bad thing what happened ...