Kempinski Hotel Zografski Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... spot for Daniela. Said I would make it short and sweet [like her]. Said it was a thankless job but things operated well. She was a good shepherdess, whether she thought we were her sheep or children. I'll remember her smile and her loud voice. During Daneila's reply, the Posh Noshers plus Red and the Mouse looked down, stone faced; they were her biggest critics. Daniela asked about highlights. Philip II's tomb at Vergina stood out for many. Janice did not like the rough ...
... with living rooms and drawing rooms. No formal bar area, but mixers and beers and liquors in the kitchen. The staff just asks you what you had and you pay whenever. Very informal. Abby would love it. The other notable bar was the former headquarters of the communist secret police. It was a complete underground bar. No electricity, only candlelight. No licenses, so if the cops were to come they would simply shut and bolt the door until they leave. While we were there we ...
... a second, pace the room, run to the window to see how many people were waiting outside, then repeat. We were completely out of the loop seeing as how we don't speak Greek, but the man waiting with us went up to see what was going on. He spoke a little English and promised us that he was not going to take our spot on the bus and that he would fill us in when he got any details. Rachel responded by saying we would fight him if he tried to take our seats. Two minutes till the bus left ...
I don't eat pork. I haven't since the seventh grade, with very few accidental exceptions. Although I don't keep kosher as a rule, I do abstain from eating pork or shellfish and vaguely explain my decision away as something I do "for religious reasons." Although I'd mentioned this the day before, after coming back from the hike, Militza's mom greeted us with a dinner she had prepared for us. Salad, bread, and as a main course (I'm sure you can guess where I'm going with ...
... to use the money raised to buy items suaitable to give out to men and teen boys too. A big thank you to all those who donated to the appeal through the Just Giving website- it has been really helpful and an innnovation that we will consider expanding next year.
Tomorrow we visit some rural schools and our first (of many) orphanages and we will be joined by Chrissy as we start a very, very busy ...