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... There were a few men in the mosque, some praying and some on their cell phones, but none of them seemed bothered by a group of Americans or of women who probably weren't covering their hair properly.
There's a little tension from time to time, but mostly these three religions get along in Bulgaria just fine. (Tangent: Earlier, Stefan stopped us in front of what used to be the American Embassy. He was actually assistant-guiding a group of Americans on ...
... wouldn't be rejected by the train guard. Finally, due to language barriers I couldn't get a straight answer on just where the bus departed from. You can imagine that this was weighing on my mind given my recent ill luck with buses.
It was in this state that I went back to the Grand Bazaar and successfully bargain hunted, wandered about, sampled local cuisine and struggled to concentrate on my book. By the time I got to the bus I was rather ...
Mom is always in-the-know of what is going on in the city from a cultural perspective, and she told me that the National Art Gallery is hosting a unique exhibit showcasing some of the most famous sculptures of Frenchman Auguste Rodin (1840-1917). In addition, just last week a new museum had been opened below the St. Sofia Basilica. Off we went on Tuesday to check out those two things.
The National Art Gallery is housed in a building that was erected in the ...
... there on this trip! We finished off the day with a nice indian dinner at the Taj Mahal (of course), and then I picked up my bags from their hotel.
I checked into my new place, Elegance Hostel, and while I wouldn’t call it elegant, it is definitely better than last night’s place! I am in a ten person dorm, but there are only four of us. It’s a pretty eclectic ...
... I'm told they can become violent if they are hungry enough. But, really, can't we all? The merest sight of one of these dogs made Jaclyn sad, but all I could think of was that "large packs of roaming dogs" outtake from the end of Talladega Nights.
Anyway, our tour started in front of the Palace of Justice and zig-zagged around the city, led by our tour guide Petya. We passed the St. Sofia Statue (which was erected to replace the Lenin statue that stood until ...