Holiday Inn Sofia
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... stay warm while braving the night to take more pictures of the Aleksander Nevski cathedral. It was totally worth it—the cathedral and a few other buildings were beautifully lit. Then we went back to the hostel to take our first shower since Addis Ababa and finally put on some clean clothes. Then we went to bed early to prepare for our 7 AM bus to Skopje. Довиж 76;анеfor for now! ...
... alloted 10M inside but a small colourful book was a good investment .
Back to the hotel where the driver had the gall to ask for a tip . It was about 1545 and spent the better part of 2H getting the blog updated. The dinner is at 1900. Used the 'request mileage credit' on Aeroplan since Lot Airlines can't seem to get its act together.
Sorted out the loan from Daniela re the Heraklea Lyncestis camera fee [10 denar and 1.5 euros]. She knows ...
... ago how the accommodation choice you make can really affect your experience somewhere. I know for a fact that if I see "party" or anything similar in a hostel/guesthouse description, then I'm not staying there. I've started looking for words like "chill and relaxed" in descriptions and its really made the experience so much better. Party hostels are just booze fueled 18 year olds with nothing intelligent to say, and generally a drunken sausage fest. The chill places are ...
... my room. On the sidewalk outside, I pass a row of hobbit kiosks at ankle level. A woman pokes her head out of one; apparently a part of a basement apartment. You would need to kneel to pay for anything. Sofia strikes me as a very comfortable sort of place, as befits a town just one excess vowel away from a piece of lounge furniture. There seems to be a park at the end of every street where the benches are always full and sidewalk cafes never empty. It's already hot in ...
... built by the Emperor Justinian (Byzantine/Eastern Roman Empire) around 390 AD, with many of its layers of frescoes still visible. There was a small service going on (only 2 people and 1 priest); Dennis and I watched in silence from the doorway. We also walked past the Church of St. Nicholas ("The Miracle Maker"). There are also a number of monuments and statues around the city that were built to express their gratitude to ...