Holiday Inn Sofia
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After this exchange I went inside the church for another look-around. It was quite crowded due to it being a public holiday (National Revival Day). There was a security guard inside. I sat down for a while on a seat at one side and watched a blessing of bread and wine ceremony unfold. First of all a priest and a man holding a large, lit candle walked anticlockwise around a small altar table with some bread and a ...
... eggplant stuffed with cheese (very rich) then there had been a choice of main - Craig had lamb cooked St George - don't know how they cooked it but it was amazing. I had pork shaslick - which was also to die for and we finished up with a yoghurt dessert topped with nuts and honey. (check the pics)
Next the entertainment started - first up we had a band playing with all sorts of different instruments including Bulgarian bagpipes, then we had a ...
... consume anything that could cause bathroom problems or excessive frequency on travel days. Today, I have failed. I type this last paragraph on the (day) bus from Sofia to Belgrade. A day bus. Left at 9am. To put it bluntly, I'm a morning guy. Except this morning. Nothing. So, right after we cleared customs I had to go. Go go. Basic facilities. I walk in, pay the 20 dinars, and find my throne...not. Luckily they at least had TP, most don't. I was victorious in the end. We'll see how India ...
... quote from the first driver in line and made it to our hotel 20 minutes later. It was 10 LV ($2.20) and we were very grateful for all the helpful advice we were given. God has really blessed us with people today who have gone out of their way to help, and we are so thankful for it. We spent a while relaxing in our room and went downstairs around 7:30 to eat dinner in the hotel restaurant. People in Bulgaria do not speak English so our waiter had some trouble understanding us. We did ...
... to have been behind the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II and once snuffed a Bulgarian dissident in London with a poison-tipped umbrella -- was happy to send troops to help out in Iraq and Afghanistan while corrupt officials and organized crime siphoned cash out of its treasury at a rate that makes Bernie Madoff look like a purse snatcher. The Ladies Market is arranged in neat rows of individual stalls selling produce of all kinds and seedlings for gardens. ...