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... was a small Josef Tito era bunker that was built near the old fortress in a park overlooking the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. Why was it cool? It was only declassified in 2008. Right in the middle of the city, it was a secret until 2008. They only run a few tours through it each day. I was pretty impressed. What stuck out to me the most was one of the (few) pieces of valuable information that our guide gave us about the place; apparently during its operation, ...
A few steps away was the Rotunda of St. George, not just the oldest operational church in Sofia but also widely considered to be the oldest building in the city. The 4th century church sits in the middle of ruins of Serdica, the town that once stood around it. Across the street, we passed the National Archaeology Museum, then made our way to the Russian Church (getting a better look at it today). Perhaps the most notable design element of the church can be ...
... maybe for some strawberries but I passed on those for now. I was really thirsty and didn't see anything to drink until after I had left the market.
I then wandered over to the city center with all its monumental buildings for government and the arts, churches and mosques. A synagogue is almost across the street from the hotel but I had just missed it since it closed at 4. How did it get to be 4 pm already? I took a few photos of some places that I had ...
... funded by the Jewish Community of Sofia. Most surfaces were ornamented or painted. A picture's worth a thousand words, though. I don't really feel like talking about the worship hall for a thousand words, so let's hope dad finds the pictures of it.
All in all, the Synagogue was well worth seeing, though not quite as large as the big church in town. I give it 4 and a half stars.
... flight...who does that? Ever heard of an inside voice? On top of that, the lady keeps bumping Heather’s seat…not once, not twice, not when she gets up to go to the bathroom…no...the entire flight just like a 4 year old was sitting behind her! We’re tired, its early, and we haven’t had our coffee yet lady…finally I lose it and jump up and turn around to let them have a piece of my mind, "lady, quit touching the seat, ...
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