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... it's 84 now (2:15ish). I suspect it was hotter at midday. I'm wondering if I made a mistake bringing only two pairs of capris, one of which are denim. Hoping it will cool down a bit over the next few days. Fortunately, a breeze started up later in the morning, so being inside was much worse than being outside.
Went to the Natural History Museum, which is quite the throwback. There's some modernity to it, but most of it was stuffed, mounted or labeled decades and decades ago, ...
... Sofia. The city is very cool in that there are actually 4 layers of the city as each empire built upon the other. When the subway system was built in the 20th century, they unearthed roads from previous empires. We saw buildings as old as the 4th century and buildings that were constructed during the communist rule.
After dinner I walked to one of the parks near my hotel and it was so alive! There were hundreds of people...playing with their ...
... last name was Hussein,....which caused quite a bit of conversation amongst the Passport Security folks.
At last we settled in on the hard, little beds, feeling the train weave back and forth....slowing at small, desolate towns, and speeding back up as we hit the open road. We slept,....fitfully,....a little, and then,....the door opened, and the conductor yelled in broken english,....."good morning",.....Belgrade". We were here!
... communist and modern.
the country in the early 2000’s and during his time he brought the country toward European Union Membership, but also consolidated his control over public land. Simeon is the single largest landowner in the country, but spends most of his time in Spain. I find it funny that the former prince was democratically elected by the country that he used to rule. That night I went out with Elena, her boyfriend, and old ...