Kempinski Hotel Zografski Sofia
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... to keep my eyes open long enough to find an ATM, change money over, grab some pizza for breakfast, stock up on snacks and even borrow some free wifi. I like the coin operated coffee machines all of the streets, which I managed to operate successfully despite all of the instructions being in Belgian. Score one for sleep-deprived Jeff. The final drama of the trip came with finding the train through to Sofia. There were several trains heading that way, ...
One "danger" of spending one's time sweeping the streets of Sofia is over-caffeination. It's really not that hard to do. You meet up with a friend. You sit at a cafe to catch up. It's too early for alcohol, so you order a coffee. You run a few errands. You sit at a cafe to rest up. It's probably still too early for a beer, so you order another coffee. Before you know it, it's like midnight, and you're wide awake, and decide to count how ...
... dogs. While the waitress is out of the room I cut a good two thirds of the pork into pieces, wrap the bites in several napkins and slip the fat wad into the pocket of my sport coat. Now perhaps I won't look like a complete idiot for not touching much of the week's supply of food on my plate, or hurt the chef's feelings, and I can make a couple of street dogs' day. -Very good! I lie as I pay the check and depart. Just outside the door I look up and see the sign for Pastorant on ...
... is very picturesque- wait til you see the photos! It was a fun excursion, we enjoyed taking a bus trip out of Sofia through the rolling hills and golden fields of Bulgaria. In Plovdiv we toured the old town and saw several Roman ruins in the city. Archeological preservation is at a different level ( no pun intended!) than in Turkey. Some areas are cordoned off, however other areas contain trash ...
... bug during that nasty Air France flight that had me bent over a trashcan for about 5 hours of hell.
Dennis' talk went well, and he was given a tour of the facilities. It is interesting that Bulgaria just reported their first case in 2 years of CCHFV (Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus - the virus Dennis studies at UTMB-Galveston). Is this a bad omen? Hope not!
Dennis returned to the hotel at around 2pm. He ...