Hotel The House
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Everything went smoothly on arrival in Sofia, apart from a few minutes of what-is-going-on confusion at the bus station, when the right bus hung around for a few minutes, didn't allow anyone on and then drove away, leaving me and everyone else waiting somewhat confused. Then another company's bus to Veliko Tarnovo drove up but didn't allow anyone ...
... served on toasted bread with a slight smear of butter and some assorted salami-like meats. (Haha, descriptive…I know)
We didn’t arrive until the evening so we were given that time to just relax and get settled. We walked to Billa (grocery store all over Europe) and got some chicken, potatoes, and salad (Mishel is really good at pointing haha) and then crashed in our hotel.
The next day (after breakfast!) ...
... 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 ...
... that day. At least we ate much healthier.
Even though we originally wanted to stay in Sofia only 2 nights, we decided to extend our stay a little bit because we were really interested in visiting the Rila Monastery that is situated approx. 1,5 hours from Sofia and it´s said to be one of the most beautiful attractions in Bulgaria. Plus, our hostel was organizing a shuttle for EUR 20. At first we found it quite expensive but then we tried to look for other options ...
I've been fortunate enough to be able to get my old high school classmates together the last few times I've been home, and this time was no exception. With the majority of us living abroad, mostly in Germany, the opportunity to see each other is very rare anyway.
On this occasion, I picked a restaurant called Manastirska Magernitsa (meaning a monastery/church kitchen). It's decorated in a traditional Bulgarian ...