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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cards, so the hostel recommended we book through a travel agent. The travel agent actually booked the tickets without charging a fee, then offered us a free shuttle to the bus station! So we were supposed to take the tram to the other travel office location, then catch the10 PM shuttle to the bus station. We got off at the correct tram stop, but we could NOT find the office for the life of us. After we ran around like maniacs for ...
... time estimate to get to Rila Monastery ballooned from 2H yesterday to 2.5H today [took 10M shy of 2H]. Daniela has to improve her time estimates. She is not allowed to guide outside Macedonia. Realized I left the olives and the cheese in the fridge. Talk afoot of skipping a lunch break to get to Sofia sooner. The last leg from the monastery to Sofia is 2H 15M.
There was snow on some surrounding mountaintops. Being a ski resort, alpine chalets were prevalent. The green ...
... hardly a penny spent I had traversed the strange countryside of the old Soviet Union, and in a small way experienced what it might have been like to work along the railway in these crammed and unforgiving circumstances. And although a Ryanair flight form Istanbul direct to Budapest might have been cheaper and quicker, it would of certainly been much more taxing on my soul's desire to discover, dream and explore, and I arrived in Budapest that evening more determined than ever to unlock it's secrets.
... about the place from anyone without bringing up the war. Not making any judgements here, but there's a lot of backwardness in Bosnia. Another quick example; not mine...someone was on a tour of Sarajevo when the tour guide remarked at how beautiful the city is, just before dropping his cigarette butt on the ground... Just saying. Quote of the day from Haris: "When reality stops, Bosnia continues." Sarajevo ended well. After Ramadan ended there was a giant party in ...
... name, is usually just referred to as the Russian Church), where we spent several hours chatting, eating, and drinking. Jaclyn and I then went back to Dimana's, who had graciously offered to put us up during our visit. Our first evening was fairly low-key, a deliberate maneuver designed to conserve our energies for a busy Saturday.
According to our robust itinerary, we were to meet at 10:30 Saturday morning for a walking tour of the city, which would allow ...