Les Fleurs Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... on Boulevard Vitosha. I think it was by refugees or in solidarity with them. Lots of flag-waving and chanting, but no sense of danger at all. After they had passed by I took the opportunity to go inside the big H&M nearby, to look for work trousers, but didn't find any ones I liked. Then, seeing as I was on Boulevard Vitosha, I bought from my favourite cake shop 5 syrupy batter-like things that I had tried before....
Last stop was a visit to the same bakery ...
When visiting the friends I was happy to see how баниц
72; (banitsa) is made and suprised that they have it for brakfast. In addition I learned that a proper BBQ fire has to be guarded by the house's men. Tasty cevapis!
We also met Slav Bakalov again. One of my most appreciated painters. If you may you can contact his son: paint-wall.com
Lufthansa was kind enough to accept the 1x1m paintings in the luggage. The wrapping wasn't easy though.
... where the Banya Bashi Mosque stands is the Synagogue. There is a story related to the Jewish community of Bulgaria. During the WWII Bulgaria was on the side of German Nazis. Of course, the Bulgarian king was asked several times to send all Jewish people to the concentration camps in Germany (today's Poland). He was trying to delay the process of displacement of the Bulgarian Jews as long as he could but in the end he had to carry out an order. Therefore the trains full of ...
... fort for an hour, walking the walls and strolling shady paths before heading into the center square. It's dominated by the '70s-era Ambassador Hotel complete with dark lobby and plastic paneling. I read that it's still state-run. It looks it. Across the square, U.S. ambassador Ronald McDonald sits on his fiberglass bench grinning at traffic on the boulevard in front of his cafe-style restaurant. The people I've spoken to here are very friendly and ...
... in Bulgaria. Rada lives with her boyfriend, Zlati, a Bulgarian who is from the opposite corner of Bulgaria. On my first night in Sofia he was in Varna on a business meeting. He is an urban planner.
Rada works at an architecture firm that designs structures that link cell phone towers and TV antennas to buildings. She would rather be designing houses, but as I’ve heard from many Bulgarians, Romanians—and right now, Serbians—she feels lucky to have a job, much ...