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... where there are still fountains pouring out mineral water. We watched while people came and went, filling their empty water, soda, and liquor bottles with mineral water. I put my hand under one of the spouts: it was very warm and smelled of sulfur. Diana filled up her water bottle and took a big swig and immediately grimaced. It's supposed to be good for you, but it doesn't taste very nice!
A group of us went for lunch at a place called Be Happy. It's a ...
... food, dance and singing which was interesting. A 2 hour drive through the mountains and some beautiful scenery which our photos failed to capture saw us at Rila Monastery, another UNESCO site. It was high in the mountains and we could see snow on the mountain tops. Leaves were showing their autumn colours so it was a magnificent sight. On Sun morning a marathon was being held and as ...
... middle of square is the Monument to the Tsar Liberator is an equestrian monument in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It was erected in honour of Russian Emperor Alexander II who liberated Bulgaria of Ottoman rule during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78. The main bronze bas-relief in ...
... reached Sofia in the early evening. We were all eager to get of the coach and have a walk around so Danny gave us a quick walking tour around the city centre before we got back onto the coach and headed to our hotel.The sites that we did see included the Alexander Nevski Church, the Rotunda of St George and the Saint ...
The time finally came for our final Fulbright meeting and I couldn't believe it. It seemed like just yesterday I was in the airport in Sofia surrounded by weirdo strangers. Now, I was preparing my last presentation to show those weirdo Fulbrights I now consider my friends. Haha. I was sick and couldn't eat the whole week leading up to the Fulbright conference which was actually perfect because ...