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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to many places where they seem snooty and standoffish. Plus, they all had tons of bright yellow in the windows. Maybe that, plus the plants everywhere and bright flower are why. I don't know. I just know that the whole city felt bright and friendly.
I headed down some back neighborhoods to the Ladies Market. At around 7:30-8, it was just opening. Vans were arriving with produce and people were putting out all their wears, paying meticulous attention to ...
... covering the head. There were lots of flowers on and around the box. Several people came up and bowed to it. As I stood there a priest came out from a door next to the box and started speaking in a very low voice to a couple in front of him - I thought that maybe he was giving them confession.
Mum and I bought a beeswax candle each, lit them and put them in one of the candle stands. Then we left for the restaurant. For dinner we shared bread with a mixture of ...
... might have been the most stressful part of the entire trip. Because of some miscommunication, our ride to the airport was not available and we were still at the office two hours before our flight left. This normally wouldn't be a problem except the person driving was about an hour away and the airport is also…an hour away. After some quick planning and shifting, we were speeding off to the airport. Halfway there we realized there ...
... and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Trussell Trust Bulgaria Operations Manager (UK)
Big thanks to:
Minke van Til
... we walked to the bus and train station since we needed to get some information about regular connections to Thessaloniki. It was quite a horror because people spoke almost no English and everybody was sending us to the information desk and a lady from the information desk was sending us to the offices operated by different companies. It was like a dream! After 30 minutes we were done with buses and we decided to move to the train station. It was even worse…people ...