BEST WESTERN Hotel Europe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... little kids anywhere: fidgety, sweetly uncoordinated, and focused on what they were supposed to be doing … except when they got distracted, which was often. You can see who the bossy kids are, the shy kids, the flirty kids. And then we had to sing "Old MacDonald" again. The kids clapped but looked less than enthralled.
Stefan then presented the class with a giant teddy bear that's been riding around in the bus with us since Sofia. We named the bear Uncle Rick. We ...
... us. He had great stories about the city that made all the places I had just seen on my own seem entirely new and different. I don't want to ruin it for you, so here are just some of the highlights:
You'll notice that banks in Sofia all have little balconies on one door. That is the office of the head of the bank. It's not just a nice benefit for the good times. It's also his way of saying, "you can trust me with your money. If I lose it all, I'll jump off ...
The technicians arrived, and went to work,....and sure enough, about 40 minutes later,....the door opened,...and I literally JUMPED out! I was sweaty, and a little shaky,.....but I was out of that minuscule little cube,....and that was all I cared about.
Finally,.....I went to bed,....more than READY to bring this hellacious night to a close.
Tomorrow I will fly back to Rome, to meet Dennis, and begin the last phase of my trip.
... in free walking tour Sofia doesn't mean the first one that pops up is the actually in Sofia! Sim had asked me to look it up and I did and took photos of everything and of the address. We asked people at the station how to get there and showed them the address and they gave us directions. When we got there we couldn't see the the landmark they had told us to look for. Sim looked at the photos and saw the it said Free walking tour Plovdiv. He looked on a map of Bulgaria ...
I didn't intend to find myself in Slovenia, but going overland to Istanbul from Lisbon certainly meant I was going to find myself in at least a few countries I had never thought I would visit. I had intended to catch a ferry from Venice to Croatia but apparently the services only run in the summer so I was on a train bound for the east.
Having developed an increasing animosity for Venice, it took me over half a day to leave the place. I missed my bus connection by all ...