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... a TWR partner radio/TV/newspaper station and also teaches journalism at the university nearby.
The hotel we stayed at was very nice (except the non-working AC) and the breakfast was just…wow. It was simple, but for a girl that only eats breakfast once or twice a month…simple is good. The best part was the cheese. I have no clue how to spell it, but it almost like a more wet but less crumbly feta. It’s ...
... as an attraction for the locals, he quickly responded, "Don't worry. You're not that interesting." Ooooooh! Burn Baby, Buu-UUURRRRN!!
In an effort to pump up my deflated ego, I earned a "gold star" (in the form of a piece of drugstore candy) when I was the first to spot the answer Martin's trivia question. What was the "something odd" displayed in the facade of the national theater? Why, that would be the angel baby lounging with his tiny golden penis for all ...
... during the upcoming year. The white color symbolizes man - the power, and the red color symbolizes woman - health. On the 1st of March Bulgarians give such a string to their friends and family members. They normally wear it on their wrist for a certain period of which end is connected with the first signs of spring. When people see the first blossoming tree they tie it there. That's why we saw some of them still hanging :) Nice tradition, isn´t it?
It did snow. We just about made it out of Ruse before the roads were closed. The roads were strewn with stuck trucks, busted cars and various wrecks but the team battled through and thanks to some nifty driving from Niki and Rich P we made back to the captial in one piece.
Tomorrow we vists Lipnitsa Orphanage/School; mountain roads and snow ...
... goeen nahwheer jos forsho. Outside in the courtyard, people are sipping coffee and Fanta and kids are playing in the dry fountain and on playground equipment next to the plastic facade of a faux fortification, compliments of Nestlé, emblazoned with a sign that reads 'Quickyland.' Later, I hike through the streets surrounding the Ladies Market, taking my last photos of Sofia: Piebald early 20th-c. buildings on chestnut- and linden-lined streets, ...