Kempinski Hotel Zografski Sofia
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... be the oldest still standing in Sofia.
When inquiring further of Bulgaria's relationship in the USSR we are corrected that Bulgaria was never part of he Soviet Union. Their communist party had strong ties and significantly influenced by Russia but they were not part of the union. Bulgaria also saw a peaceful fall of communism. With the fall of the wall the communist party just changed their name to the socialist party and converted the country to a democracy. ...
This morning, we checked out, stored our luggage, and headed back out to the center.
Other than shop the local kiosk,....our main objective was to visit the Mother Teresa Museum.
The Museum, much like the Saint herself was very unassuming. Kris and I walked reverently around the small structure reading about her history,....viewing her birth certificate, and gazing at her tiny, simple twin bed, and basic, but well worn Rosary.
I was in awe that one ...
... afternoon it started to rain so all the trails were really wet and at one point we came to a road that was closed because of the sudden down pour. The dad decided to cut across a paddock and we found an electric fence in our way. There was about a metre gap between the electric fence and some really dense bush. The dad decided he would try to get his horse to go through, which meant that ours followed as well but part way up realised that the fence and bush were to ...
... Great, and a terrific guide. The city center is surrounded by green areas so most of the time cycled in parks but saw heaps of interesting sights. Really nice. Then did a city walk tour for 3 hours. Also a great guide and went around all of the historic and not so historic places. Now I just have to see inside some of these places. Will need a few days.
The tours were free. Done by student volunteers. ...
... his gut free of the constraints (and decency) of a shirt. Gross, especially when one of those hairy guts passes nearby while you're trying to eat. That said, when shirts were donned, they were intriguing. An outstanding example was a man flaunting a shiny, skin tight, Lycra muscle shirt, emblazoned with leopard print. What made the outfit though was the equally as tight denim shorts. His confident strut to (presumably) music on his iPod topped it off. ...