Hotel The House
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... with milk, but she said she didn't mind! I had an espresso.
Back at Hotel Niky we ordered a taxi, packed up our stuff, ate the orange slices dipped in chocolate, checked out and took the taxi to the airport. After Mum had dropped off her hold bag she had a decaf cappuccino at a cafe and we looked without success for some batteries for me (I'd forgotten to bring my battery charger with me). Then she went past a checkpoint and up an escalator to ...
... why [very dumb]?
Bit of updating of travel notes with the Baltic Republics in the rear view mirror. Off on my hunt for the wifi kiosk. Handled the European techonology with aplomb though annoying just a single 30M block. It's supposed to be 'free' wifi, not 'timed' wifi.
A couple of emails and surfing before the half hour clock gonged. Did an acrostic puzzle to pass the time. It is an hour earlier in Warsaw so the waiting is longer but ...
... that used to serve as the Communist Party Headquarters. Today it's a normal administrative building.
Normally there's is nothing special about the Presidential Palace (besides changing of guards every hour), however, this time it was quite interesting to observe what was going on. According to our guide there were elections in May 2013 and a new government started to control Bulgaria in June 2013. First of all, they took two security agencies that had existed in ...
... we had to switch trains in Beglrade, Serbia and then onto Budapest. Or we could wait until 10:00 the next morning and take the 12 hour bus ride to Budapest. We opted out for the overnight train - either way we had to pay for accommodations so we might as well make some miles while we're at it. We changed our money so I could purchase food and drink for the journey, took some photo's of the tired ...
... rolled here. Another woman joins the conversation. Both are curious about what I am doing here. Business? No, holiday. Why would someone from America come to Bulgaria for a holiday? There are people back home asking the same thing. And why is the bar so empty? (It's 9.30 and there are only the three of us.) It is that this hotel is mainly for business, and so ... most have their meetings in the city in restaurants and other places, so not so many ...