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... of Soviet times, so it's actually better to default to English than to attempt a "hello" or "thank you" in Russian. Unfortunately, even though I can slowly work out the sound of a word, I don't really know how it should be pronounced (stress, etc.), so I'm reluctant to use it. I tried a "dober den" (Good day.) a few times, but was met with a confused look; however, I've been greeted with dober den too, so I must have an atrocious accent. And "thank you" is blagodarya, which I want ...
... calls and said the had room and he would meet me there just in case there where any problems.
After unpacking I had already researched a Primus cooker dealer/service station in Sofia so off I went, When I got to the shop I showed the broken pipe, the shop assistant had a look around the shop and then went down to the cellar. but after looking every where he eventually got a new cooker of the shelf and took the pipe of the new cooker and gave it to me, top ...
... under Communist Rule. He explained that MANY of the older citizens (including his Grandmother) thought life was BETTER then. There was no crime,....and EVERYONE was taken care of,....but of course, there were no 'choices' either. If you purchased soap,....it was made by the Government,....and there was that one brand ONlY The same thing held true with EVERYTHING! If you wanted to buy a car,...you placed your name on the ...
... and taking photos. Walked past their coffee stand which had a nice pile of buns, should have helped myself.
... rules. I will able to describe the church in a few sentences. As you enter the church it is breathtaking, your eyes are drawn upward to beautiful mosaic paintings on the ceiling of this small church. The walls are covered in both frescoes and mosaics. However, the eye of the visitor is always going to stare at the golden altarpiece, which is usual for Orthodox houses of worship. After Rila, we toured the frescoes of the Boyana ...