Kempinski Hotel Zografski Sofia
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... doesn't really mean much in the end.
After another quick stop to repeat the name game (!), we walked by a memorial to the unknown soldier. The memorial was proposed in the 1930s, and it was decided that it should feature a lion, the country's symbol. Since lions were pretty thin on the ground in Bulgaria, the government sponsored an artist to spend - get this - twenty years in Abyssinia studying lions. After his two decades away, he returned to Bulgaria and sculpted ...
Today marks two months since i departed New Zealand. It also marks the longest stretch so far that I've been travelling alone. It's been four weeks since I departed Athens on my detour down through Northern Africa and the Middle East. I've reached an interesting point in my travels which I can only describe as "travel apathy". I'm claiming ownership of this term. Anyone who claims to have used it before can take it up with my lawyers (by which I mean my lawyer, meaning ...
... logged onto wifi,....and called Expedia. It took multiple calls as they kept disconnecting me, but finally,....I got a supervisor,....and she called the hotel contact on her 'private' (Expedia only) number. Just as she was telling me that the rep was AT the Airport looking for me,.....Kris came out of Baggage Claim very wide eyed.I ran up to the gate holding up my white sign that said, KRIS LOVEN. After a quick embrace,.....we turned back to the Apt ...
... oldest structure in Sofia, the 4th-c. Church of St. George tucked away in its concrete backyard. Built by the Romans when the city was known as Serdica, it was destroyed by bombs in WWII, but carefully restored and still holds Orthodox services today. The parking area and lobby of the hotel is swarming with uniformed police and security personnel and the entire first floor is closed off for the Israeli reception. But the bar is open and now that I know where to find ...
... other "scenic" rides haven't all been that scenic, so I was REALLY looking forward to this one!
I had even booked a room at a gorgeous looking inn in a little town called Bansko, which I could not possibly read in the Cyrillic alphabet, and had no idea how to find, or communicate upon checkin, or order meals at their restaurant, and up till this morning, I simply hadn't stopped to think seriously just what I had contemplated doing! When ...